Feminine in appearance but strong in reality, many of us wish for those very same traits. This lacy diamond flower ring embodies both in a spirit of intricate creativity.
Seventeen antique diamonds in all total .40 carats of sheen and glinting surfaces. Their color of H-I and their clarity SI1-3 are characteristic of the period.
Silver topped 18k yellow gold was the medium of choice to create this open weave that contrasts precious metal, diamonds, light and shadow.
Dating to the Edwardian era, new metalsmithing techniques of the day allowed for far airier renditions of jewelry than had previously been known. This ring exemplifies the spirit of the earlier 20th century.