Gold and fine pearl flower ring “Apolline”

$276

unique piece, 1 item available

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    *Select the desired size

    Unless otherwise stated in the product description, resizing is available up to 5 sizes larger or smaller. Beyond that, please contact us to study the feasibility of the request.
    sizing is available up to 3 sizes larger or smaller.

    Select the desired size and add the option to your cart for 30€.  Please note that resizing adds a delay of one week to 10 days to your order shipment.  Also note that rings that have been resized can neither be taken back nor exchanged.

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Description

This new TransfÓ or transformation by ÓNÍSÌ PARIS is an antique tie pin from the end of the nineteenth century transformed into a ring. The band of this creation is a vintage ring from the 70s in 18k gold, with an open design, which makes its size adjustable. The central motif is a rose and yellow gold flower decorated with arabesque and crisscross motifs. At its center, this delicate flower is set with a fine pearl. A unique and delicate piece, full of refinement and feminine curves.
Size: FR 56 / UK P / US 7.5 (can be adjusted by opening or tightening the ring)
Weight: 1.4g
Eagle hallmark
This unique piece had a previous life in France.

The story: the “Bonaparte” era in jewelry designates the time at the end of the nineteenth century characterized by the recurrence of certain distinctive motifs: yellow and rose gold, the chiseling of gold in volutes or arabesques, the engraving of plant motifs and fine pearls. Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III, was particularly fond of them and can be found in many jewels of the time, including medallions, rings and sleeper earrings.

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