If you’ve been hanging with us for a while now, you know that we’re pretty big vintage fans. and as a vintage fan we know that things always come back around. More than once. You see, we aren’t the first folks be interested in Georgian pieces. Or Art Deco pieces. Or Retro Mod pieces. Folks in the 1950s were just as enamored with Victorian pieces as we are today. Which is why they often copied them. Like this ring.
What We Love About It: We love that the folks of the fifties were so enamored with the Victorians that they created a ring in the style of the time. We love that it could be worn as a cocktail ring, an engagement ring or even an anniversary ring.
The Deets: The ring, which has been styled in a romanticized form of Victorian design, is modeled in 14kt white gold with a round brilliant cut bezel set center stone at .41cts (SI2/I-J), which is surrounded by 10 single cut stones (.20ctw SI2-I1/H-I). The ring is currently a size US 3.5 (yes, it’s that tiny) but it can easily be sized up or down by our jeweler (see above for details and pricing) or by yours.
Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. Just ask the Victorians.