Wedgewood is an English ceramics company, founded in 1759, that became exceptionally popular with the royalty of England at the time. Founded by potter Josiah Wedgewood, the iconic "jasperware" features colorful backgrounds with classical figures in white relief. While usually applied on a variety of decorative dishes, the Wedgewood style became vastly popular with many applications including jewelry. This ring features a Wedgewood stone with Cupid in white relief. A likely love token.
Stone diameter measures 1.5 cm