Bold Mid 20th Century Red Coral Ring with Shell Shoulders in 18k Gold

$ 1,350.00 

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Poor Mouchette | Curated Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry & Engagement Rings | Portland, Oregon | A bold, mid-twentieth-century ring, modeled in 18k yellow and white gold. This weighty old darling features a large, cylindrical, coral cabochon— the coral is natural, and its vibrant, red color is sometimes referred to as "pigeon's blood," or "oxblood." This coral cylinder is held in a pair of cap-like, white-gold bezels. The ring's broad, sculpted, yellow gold shoulders feature a shell pattern
Poor Mouchette | Curated Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry & Engagement Rings | Portland, Oregon | A bold, mid-twentieth-century ring, modeled in 18k yellow and white gold. This weighty old darling features a large, cylindrical, coral cabochon— the coral is natural, and its vibrant, red color is sometimes referred to as "pigeon's blood," or "oxblood." This coral cylinder is held in a pair of cap-like, white-gold bezels. The ring's broad, sculpted, yellow gold shoulders feature a shell pattern
Bold Mid 20th Century Red Coral Ring with Shell Shoulders in 18k Gold
Poor Mouchette | Curated Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry & Engagement Rings | Portland, Oregon | A bold, mid-twentieth-century ring, modeled in 18k yellow and white gold. This weighty old darling features a large, cylindrical, coral cabochon— the coral is natural, and its vibrant, red color is sometimes referred to as "pigeon's blood," or "oxblood." This coral cylinder is held in a pair of cap-like, white-gold bezels. The ring's broad, sculpted, yellow gold shoulders feature a shell pattern

A bold, mid-twentieth-century ring, modeled in 18k yellow and white gold. This weighty old darling features a large, cylindrical, coral cabochon the coral is natural, and its vibrant, red color is sometimes referred to as "pigeon's blood," or "oxblood." This coral cylinder is held in a pair of cap-like, white-gold bezels. The ring's broad, sculpted, yellow gold shoulders feature a shell pattern this shell motif terminates in a scalloped edge that frames the the coral gem. The ring shank tapers dramatically toward the base, for comfort in wear. This ring has a dramatic, formidable air. It is tough-and-glamorous, genuinely weighty, and we think it is well-suited to all genders. Marked, on the interior, with 750 for purity, with an Italian cartouche, and (on the outer shank) for the maker Basile. 

Materials

18k gold
Coral

Age

c. 1950 - 1960

Size

US 7 1/2

This ring can be resized (sizes US 6 to 9 1/2) ; to add resizing to your order, visit our services section. 

Dimensions

Ring head measures approx 16.8 x 7.3 mm; shank measures approx 14 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 4 mm at the base; coral measures approx 15 x 7.3 x 4.1 mm.

Poor Mouchette | Curated Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry & Engagement Rings | Portland, Oregon | A bold, mid-twentieth-century ring, modeled in 18k yellow and white gold. This weighty old darling features a large, cylindrical, coral cabochon— the coral is natural, and its vibrant, red color is sometimes referred to as "pigeon's blood," or "oxblood." This coral cylinder is held in a pair of cap-like, white-gold bezels. The ring's broad, sculpted, yellow gold shoulders feature a shell pattern
Poor Mouchette | Curated Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry & Engagement Rings | Portland, Oregon | A bold, mid-twentieth-century ring, modeled in 18k yellow and white gold. This weighty old darling features a large, cylindrical, coral cabochon— the coral is natural, and its vibrant, red color is sometimes referred to as "pigeon's blood," or "oxblood." This coral cylinder is held in a pair of cap-like, white-gold bezels. The ring's broad, sculpted, yellow gold shoulders feature a shell pattern
Bold Mid 20th Century Red Coral Ring with Shell Shoulders in 18k Gold
Poor Mouchette | Curated Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry & Engagement Rings | Portland, Oregon | A bold, mid-twentieth-century ring, modeled in 18k yellow and white gold. This weighty old darling features a large, cylindrical, coral cabochon— the coral is natural, and its vibrant, red color is sometimes referred to as "pigeon's blood," or "oxblood." This coral cylinder is held in a pair of cap-like, white-gold bezels. The ring's broad, sculpted, yellow gold shoulders feature a shell pattern