A very rare onyx and rose cut diamond ring with a symbolic flower. Entirely original with glowing golden surface work, this magnificent low-profile Victorian treasure exudes the bold drama that American jewels of this period have become reknown for. The sentimentality arrives in spades as we realize we are gazing at lilies of the valley- with their bell shaped faces upturned, symbolizing a “return to happiness.” In a warm, pink 14ct, this ring steals the show.
Should you choose to stack her, she will be the piece that your eye is drawn to again and again- should you wear her alone, the comfort you’ll find in her well loved curves is unmatched. I’d love to keep this special ring, I know she’s going to be an iconic addition to her next caretaker’s jewel box.
Measures: .80” in length, a size 8.
Materials: 14ct, 18ct inlay, Rose Cut Diamonds
Age/Origin: English, 1880-1900
Condition: Very good antique condition, she is in a remarkably clean state. One older sizing mark at the bottom of the shank.
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