Story

The Gibson Girl was the image of iconic female beauty drawn in the early 1900s by Charles Dana Gibson. She had perfect proportions and long flowing locks of hair and was idealized representation of the quintessential American woman. She combined the spunk and wit associated with 1900s youth with the traditional aspects of femininity.

Here she is represented in profile in a ring of 14k yellow gold with her hair piled atop her head in pompadour and a flowing waterfall of curls tumbling down her swan-like neck. Her cascade of hair concludes with a brilliant cut diamond of about .025 carats. Engraved details ornament the sides of the slightly tapered shank.

Date: Mid 20th century.

Item 13968

Gibson Girl in Gold & Diamonds

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Measurements: 5/8 of an inch (1.6 cm) in length north to south on the hand by 3/8 of an inch (1 cm) at the widest. Weight of 2.3 grams (1.5 dwt).

Ring Size: US 6 (UK L-1/2; Int. Dia. 16.5; Euro 52.5 mm; Japan 11) and easily can be sized to fit most. Ring sizing information.

Hallmarks: “14k”.

Condition: Excellent; light wear to a few high points of the image and to the incised design on shank.

Origin: American.

Note: Diamond has not been removed from mount to preserve the integrity of the setting. Diamond weight has been approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual weight.

Story

The Gibson Girl was the image of iconic female beauty drawn in the early 1900s by Charles Dana Gibson. She had perfect proportions and long flowing locks of hair and was idealized representation of the quintessential American woman. She combined the spunk and wit associated with 1900s youth with the traditional aspects of femininity.

Here she is represented in profile in a ring of 14k yellow gold with her hair piled atop her head in pompadour and a flowing waterfall of curls tumbling down her swan-like neck. Her cascade of hair concludes with a brilliant cut diamond of about .025 carats. Engraved details ornament the sides of the slightly tapered shank.

Date: Mid 20th century.