The aristocratic Georgian jewelry (1714-1830) is mainly identified by its elegant designs, with the base metal most often crafted from 18K gold or silver. While platinum and white gold are not a part of the Georgian era, they can be used as the base metal for modern engagement and wedding bands that aspire to improvise the style. The rings produced in this era were highly expensive, as there were practically hand-crafted, as the industrial revolution didn’t reach its mark then. Even today, most of the Georgian-style jewelry that is available in the market are treated as antique and are of tremendous monetary and historic value. At North Coast Jewelry, we have a rich history of crafting rare gems from this period without losing their intrinsic charm and value. When we find them, we try to maintain their aristocracy and sophistication to let the world know these gems are from the era they belong.