The Coronation Ring of William IV
The Coronation Ring of William IV., also worn by Edward VII. and by George V., is a sapphire set with a cross of five rubies. The stones probably represent the red cross of St. George upon the blue ground of the flag of St. Andrew. Surrounding the sapphire are fourteen brilliants, and other diamonds are set at the junction of the bezel and the ring.
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