A sumptuous early 20th century 14ct gold pearl and diamond trilogy ring in beautiful condition, this sweet example boasts four rose cut diamonds, creating a geometric symmetry across the face. Both chic and timeless, this wearable and stackable early 20th century ring has a substantial, comfortable construction including a bisecting line down the shoulder and shank. What especially interests me about this particular example is the intersection of Victorian construction (the closed back pearl settings and sturdy stanchion prongs that suspend the rose cuts) and Art Deco shapes (the clean cut trio of pearls, the hard lines, the beveled shoulders, and the diamond shaped settings of the rose cuts). I’m certain that this beautiful ring will be at home in any collection, large or small.
Materials and Features:
14ct gold, pearls, rose cut diamonds
Circa 1910, American
Weight: 3.78 grams
Dimensions: 16mm x 7mm ring face
Ring size: 8.25 US
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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14ct Pearl and Diamond Trilogy Ring