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WEDGWOOD PRANCING HORSE GOLD SIGNET RING

ORDERING, DUTY, SHIPPING AND RETURNS

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All rings are bespoke and made to order. Unfortunately bespoke jewellery cannot be returned under any circumstances unless they are faulty or damaged. Please check the ring size before placing your order.

For returnable items such as bags and non bespoke jewellery
you have 14 days to decide whether you would like to return your purchase for either an exchange or refund.

For for full details please refer to our Delivery and returns section at the foot of the website.

WEDGWOOD PRANCING HORSE GOLD SIGNET RING

The horse is a universal symbol of freedom and courage 

This elegant Portland blue cameo ring references the 18th century collaboration between the famous horse painter Stubbs and Josiah Wedgwood.  Matt Portland blue Jasperware ceramic with refined bas-relief dressage horse detail.  This rare cameo is suitable for a man or women and can be worn on any finger.

This vintage cameo is one of the last to be produced by Wedgwood’s Stoke-on-Trent factory and dates from the 1950s- 1980s. The hand made, kiln fired quality makes it slightly irregular and each setting has to be adjusted to fit the bespoke 9ct solid gold setting.

This ring will be lost wax cast, polished and set by hand in London, England and finally hallmarked in Hatton Garden, London.

Please allow 3-6 weeks for delivery. All rings are bespoke and made to order and non returnable unless faulty.

Please use the drop down box to place your order. 

 

Details and sizing advice

Dimensions
Diameter of Cameo 1.3cm
including setting: 1.5cm

Brass model borrowing service 

We realise this ring is an investment piece and it's important you feel confident ordering the correct size. For UK customers, we are able to send you a brass model of your chosen ring to try on, before purchase, to ensure the ring you buy fits properly. A fee of £30 administration fee is charged for this service and is refunded against any purchase. If you are buying as a gift, we can ship the brass model in a gift box so the recipient can check the size prior to placing the order. See link below.

https://ferian.co.uk/collections/rings/products/brass-ring-model-service

All rings are bespoke and made to order and non returnable unless faulty.

If you are outside the U.K we recommend a professional jeweller measuring your finger before ordering. Our ring sizer may be used as useful guide.

Please download here for PDF ring sizer

If you have any queries or need sizing advice and are based outside of the U.K please email us at customerenquiries@ferian.co.uk and we will do our best to advise you.

Due to the handmade nature of Ferian rings please allow 4-6 weeks for completion.

The Wedgwood pottery is now a museum and owned by the  Victoria and Albert museum.  Due to the scarcity of the cameos these rings are of very limited editions.

About Wedgwood

Abolitionist, potter, entrepreneur, Josiah Wedgwood revolutionised ceramics.

Founded in the 1770s Wedgwood’s elegant designs were influenced by classicism but his pottery though decorative was functional and made to be enjoyed and used by generations – an approach shared by Ferian.

Wedgwood’s Jasperware was said to have taken 10,000 experiments to create the unique matt coloured stoneware made most famous by the powder ‘Wedgwood blue’.  dark blue, Portland blue, lilac, sage green (described as "sea-green" by Wedgwood), black balsalt, and yellow were also used, with sage green due to chromium oxide, blue to cobalt oxide, and lilac to manganese oxide, with yellow probably coming from a salt of antimony, and black from iron oxide.  The Jasperware base had reliefs mostly in white delicately applied by hand then kiln fired to create the classical motifs.

The Wedgwood pottery is now a museum and owned by the Victoria and Albert museum.  

To learn more about the history of Wedgwood please visit.https://www.vam.ac.uk/info/va-wedgwood-collection

 

 

 

 

£675.00