Gold diamond and ruby marquise ring “Mabel”

$731

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    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

Sublime early twentieth century ring in 18-carat gold in the shape of a marquise made of an interlacing of ribbons set with 16 rose-cut diamonds of 0.02 to 0.01 carats and centered with a 0.2 carat brilliant-cut ruby of a superb pigeon blood color. A room in Edwardian style with mysterious charm and stones full of character.
Size: FR 56/ UK P/US 7 3/4
Weight: 4.07g
Horse hallmark
This unique piece had a previous life in Austria.

The Story: Edwardian-era jewelry, which spanned approximately 1901 to 1910 during the reign of King Edward VII, is distinguished by the new trends that inspired it. Contemporary with the Art Nouveau and Rococo movements, it uses delicate patterns such as garlands, bows and flowers. Jewelry from this era was often made of platinum, a novelty for the time, and adorned with diamonds, pearls, and colored gemstones such as sapphires and emeralds.