Jane Austens Turquoise Ring
"My Dear Caroline The enclosed ring once belonged to your Aunt Jane - It was given to me by your Aunt Cassandra as soon as she knew that I was to engaged to your Uncle - I bequeath it to you. God bless you." Eleanor Austen, November 1863
A simple gold and turquoise ring inspired by the only ring associated with Jane Austen.
The Jane Austen Turquoise ring was passed down through her family and is now classed as a National Treasure. Turquoise is the stone traditionally given to those born in December – Jane was born on the 16th of December in 1775.
This ring a simple design in sterling silver with bezel setting 10 mm round turquoise coloured stone, to reflect Jane Austen's original ring. A special addition to the jewellery collection of all Jane Austen's fans. This is a very good likeness to the original.