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This handsome chap is a wonderful example of elaborate and intricate jewelry from the Austro-Hungarian era.


Encrusted in 19 bright rose-cut diamonds of different shapes and sizes, two of the diamonds in his tail show flashes of orange colour as they catch the light, accentuating the detail in his fur coat.  The largest diamonds are in wonderful condition, with some nibbles to the edges of the smallest outer stones as to be expected with a piece of this age.


His ruby cabochon eye glimmers cheekily as he dashes across your finger, giving you an insight into his personality.  He will be lots of fun when styling him in with your other pieces!


Originally in the form of a stick pin, the 14-carat yellow gold pin has been utilised to create the tapered band, which has been set at a slight angle to create the idea of movement, making the fox appear to leap across your finger.



Bearing Austro-Hungarian hallmarks on the band of the ring, this piece is an incredibly special conversion design for your collection.

Antique Austro-Hungarian Diamond Fox Ring With Ruby Eye

    • Antique: Austro-Hungarian
    • Size:  US 6.25 / UK N.5
    • 19 rose-cut diamonds set in silver, backed in 14-carat gold
    • 14-carat gold band (originally the pin)
    • Fox length: 18mm from nose to tip of tail
    • Fox width: 5mm at the widest section, 2.75mm rise from the finger at the thickest point
    • Band of the ring is 1.15mm thick at the fox head tapering to 0.95mm thick at the tail
    • Very good condition: some of the smaller diamonds showing nibbles to the edges, as to be expected with a piece of this age
    • Austro-Hungarian hallmarks


    Unless otherwise stated, any chains, jewellery boxes, and other items photographed with the listed piece are for advertising purposes only and not sold with this piece.

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