Art Deco Aquamarine Bow Crowned Heart Ring in 18k White Gold

$ 2,100.00 

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An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!
An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!
An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!
An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!

An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart! This would make a wonderful, unusual engagement ring, or a striking right-hand ring. Marked 750 for fineness.

Materials

18k gold
Aquamarine
Diamond

Age

c. 1920 - 1930

Size

US 7 1/2. This ring can be re-sized; to add resizing to your order please visit our services section.

Dimensions

Measurements to follow. Diamond CTW is approx .50; aquamarine is approx 1.4 carats.

An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!
An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!
An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!
An Art-deco-era ring, made in 18k white gold, and set with a big, icy, aquamarine gem. This pear-shaped aquamarine is crowned with a flouncy, diamond-encrusted bow, in a manner reminiscent of the Victorian-era and its "crowned heart" jewelry. These earlier hearts were also created with pear-shaped stones and this traditional motif is meant to symbolize fidelity in a partnership, and to identify the ruler of one's heart!