This early Georgian-era family crest is hails from Cheshire, England, and is quite unusual in that it is diamond-shaped, which is not often see in family crest seals nor rings. We think it is the original property of a lady because as women did not go to war, they did not bear a shield on their family crests. Rather, their arms were often shown on a lozenge - a rhombus standing on one of its acute corners or a cartouche, aka a diamond shape. It is impeccably carved by hand, with a noble and formidably-horned stag with the Latin house motto “Veritas Superabit Montes”, meaning “Truth Overcomes Mountains”, a motto that rings as true today as it did when this intaglio was carved. The stag traditionally represents peace, harmony and one who will not fight unless provoked, and when combined with a motto that encourages truthfulness - even in the most difficult of times - we think you have a fairly powerful talisman on your hands! A rich cabernet-colored carnelian, it is set in 14kt yellow gold, with .13ctw of fiery, fully cut diamonds set Georgian-style into its ‘boomerang’. We’re calling it the Truth Boomerang, because truth will always come back to you. Whether a gift for you or someone special, this ring provides enough inspiration to last its wearer a lifetime and then some! The perfect beginning to an heirloom that can be passed on to the next generation.
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