Saying it with flowers has been passed down throughout the centuries. Floral motifs were designed in all styles of antique jewelry, but perhaps the most predominant categories were rings, pendants, and brooches. Daisies were specifically symbolizing sharing sentiments or innocence.
A superb component ring in 14k, this wonderful example boasts a white gold top with a central ruby and diamonds all about! The floral details of this ring are both playful and striking! Imagine stacking her with buttery bands and a beautiful memorial jewel for fall, or an emerald band and jewel tone enamel for spring.
Materials & Features: ruby, diamond, 14k gold
Age/Origin: c. 1890, Victorian
Measurements: Size 7.75, 1.2 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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