Art Nouveau Ring with Georgian Rose Cut Diamonds
What an amazing ring this is! Having never seen another one like it I’m left to hypothesize that the design is an Art Nouveau era repurposing of a Georgian era element. The rose cut diamonds are foil-lined, close-backed and mounted in silver. A solid 14k gold ring was designed with organic, vine-like tendrils specifically to hold the Georgian diamond piece in place. The two styles merge beautifully and succeed in creating a truly unique piece of jewelry. With repurposing being so popular today I find it incredibly fascinating to find such early examples of the concept. The north to south measurement is 20mm while east to west at the widest point is 17mm across. The highest point above your finger sits 10mm high and the ring currently measures a 7 on the mandrel. Sizing up or down is available upon request.