Story

War takes its toll on people, geography and of course, the decorative arts. The use of precious gems was restricted and jewelers had to compensate in design what was lacking in material.

Here we have an example of a jeweler’s response in the creation of a wide wedding band eternity ring of 14k yellow gold. Voluminous drapes of pleated material in fan-shaped forms and sculptural scrolls set with garnet cabochon flowerheads appoint the textured surface of this impressive ring.

Date: Circa 1940.

Item 13659

Golden Surprise: Retro Eternity Ring

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Measurements: 5/16 of an inch (0.8 cm) in length north to south on the hand. Weight of 5.1 grams (3.3 dwt).

Ring Size: US 7 (UK N-1/2; Int. Dia. 17.25; Euro 54 mm; Japan 14). This ring should not be sized up but may be sized down using inserts, butterfly or with some pattern loss. Contact us for more details.

Hallmarks: “14k”; an unidentified maker's mark.

Condition: Excellent.

Story

War takes its toll on people, geography and of course, the decorative arts. The use of precious gems was restricted and jewelers had to compensate in design what was lacking in material.

Here we have an example of a jeweler’s response in the creation of a wide wedding band eternity ring of 14k yellow gold. Voluminous drapes of pleated material in fan-shaped forms and sculptural scrolls set with garnet cabochon flowerheads appoint the textured surface of this impressive ring.

Date: Circa 1940.