Edwardian jewelry has the reputation of being elegant and feminine. Although those definitions have changed over the decades, this ring of 14k rose gold retains its beauty and delight.
A triumvirate of round faceted sapphires, total of .98 carats fashions a distinctive column of blue. At the sides six rose cut diamonds, total of .06 carats (H-I color; SI1-2 clarity) embrace the colorful gems with a caress of white light.
Ornate design impacts the 14k rose gold mounting with trumpet shaped shoulders, graceful lines and intricate engraving.
This piece was created by M. B. Bryant and Co., this New Jersey manufacturer was founded in 1858 and was referred to as “America’s oldest ring house”. Craftsmanship and design were the catchwords used by the company itself.