A stunning, organic central pearl is the focal point for this Late Deco transitional period piece which would have been at home on the finger of Marylin Monroe or any of the 1940’s classic Hollywood icons. This piece just oozes sophistication. The architecture of the setting is remarkable as well: the bones of the setting are so stark and sleek, they simply fit the pearl’s organic magic and come together to create this outstanding example, not to mention remarkable diamond encrusted double crescent saucer setting. This piece will be a fantastic mainstay in any collection.
Materials and Features:
18ct gold, single cut diamonds, natural saltwater pearl
Circa 1940’s-1950’s, American
Weight: 7.87 grams
Dimensions: 17mm x 18mm x 12mm ring face, 13.90mm x 12.92mm pearl
Ring size: 5.0 US
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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18ct Saltwater Pearl and Single Cut Diamond Ring with GIA Report