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I am chatting to a great number of Ukrainian women and other Slavic ladies (from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and other countries of the former USSR) through my Russian blog, and there are certain trends that are very strong through the whole post-Soviet space.
These ideas are very different to those of western ladies but also to eastern or Asian women; they are somewhere in between.
Can you tell me if this appears to be a Georgian ring or if it was made at a later date? Hi Mia, If the ring is made with 18K gold, it is possible that the ring could be from the Georgian Period, but looking at the intricate design of the ring and the flower like style it is also possible that the ring could have been made in the Mid-Victorian to Late Victorian Era.
The back of the ring has a crystal where hair would have been. Rings from the Georgian Period were often made with pearls, some included advanced metal designs, and this was the time when memorial and locket rings were introduced.
Russian rule over Georgia was eventually acknowledged in various peace treaties with Iran and the Ottomans and the remaining Georgian territories were absorbed by the Russian Empire in a piecemeal fashion in the course of the 19th century.
During the Civil War following the Russian Revolution in 1917, Georgia briefly became part of the Transcaucasian Federation and then emerged as an independent republic before the Red Army invasion in 1921 which established a government of workers' and peasants' soviets.
In response to my article “Love or reason” discussing marriage, the overwhelming response from Ukrainian and Russian women was to choose a partner based solely on love.
A woman is supposed to be happy being a mother and a wife. Keep it in mind when talking to these gorgeous Russian and Ukrainian girls online (except for PPL dating sites, where women don’t actually communicate to you directly, and nothing you write is generally of any consequence).
Ask her what she believes about life, dating, relationships, and marriage.
The Georgians adopted Christianity in the early 4th century.
A unified Kingdom of Georgia reached the peak of its political and economic strength during the reign of King David IV and Queen Tamar in the 12th and early 13th centuries.
However, during the Mid-Victorian Period (1860-1995) mourning rings experienced a resurgence in popularity after the death of Prince Albert.