MEERESBRISE

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  • Art Deco aquamarine ring
This stunning large antique ring dates from the Art Deco period around 1920 . It is... more
Product information "MEERESBRISE"

This stunning large antique ring dates from the Art Deco period around 1920.

It is crafted in 14 carat white gold and is set with a large, faceted aquamarine in the center.

The clear aquamarine of just under 10 carats is cut in a staircase cut.

The aquamarine has a very good gemstone quality .

It has a characteristic light blue color and several meanings can be attributed to it.

Aquamarine stands for purity, both in its external appearance and in the inner purity of the spirit.

The gemstone symbolizes clarity and clarity of thought.

It stands for peace and harmony, both in relationships and in the inner world.

The Art Deco aquamarine ring  is flanked by diamond shoulders on each side, which are also set in white gold.

The diamonds complement the aquamarine and emphasize its beauty.

This type of ring can be worn as an engagement ring or as a piece of jewelry for special occasions, but also

with jeans, a blouse or a fine cashmere sweater and is a real "statement piece".

This dream piece comes with an additional gemological certificate from Idar Oberstein.

The Art Deco ring is in a very good condition with minor signs of wear due to its age.

The ring size can be individually altered on request.

Material:    14 carat white gold, 585 white gold, aquamarine staircase cut 9.3 - 9.5 carats,

             8/8 cut diamonds =.12 carat VS / Wesselton

Dimensions in cm:  Ring head: 1.55 x 1.8 Aquamarine: 9.3 - 9.5 carats, current ring size: 57

Provenance: probably Germany around 1920

We will be happy to alter the ring to your desired size on request.

However, an exchange is no longer possible!

You will receive our jewelry ready to give and lovingly packaged with expertise.

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