Gold and tourmaline trilogy ring “Adenora”


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Sublime trilogy ring from the 60s in 14k gold featuring 3 olive green tourmalines, in brilliant cut, for a total of one carat. A sublime and captivating piece where the deep green of the stone is warmed by the yellow gold, for a most harmonious contrast.
Size FR 55 / US 7.5 / UK O
Weight: 5.19g
Shell hallmark.
This unique piece had a previous life in the Netherlands.

The story: It is worth talking here about the history of the triology ring but also of the tourmaline. With its three stones, the Trilogy ring is a ring with a strong symbolism, commonly associated with time: the past, the present and the future. The interpretation can be extended to other “triptychs”: beauty, strength and wisdom; Man, Heaven and Earth; the head, the heart and the mind… If we retain the symbolism of time, the Trilogy ring marks the three fundamental stages of a couple’s life and therefore lends itself particularly well to an engagement ring full of meaning. Green tourmaline, on the other hand, comes in a wide range of shades. There are stones ranging from bottle green to yellow-green to olive green. Since the seventeenth century and the discovery of the green tourmalines of Brazil by the Spanish conquistadors, it has been confused with the emerald. It often replaces the latter, hence its popularity. Stone of the month of October, green tourmaline is associated in lithotherapy with the revival of peace of mind and serenity.