A fabulous open work wedding ring showcases the Retro Era (1940 to 1950s) with its use of 14k green, rose and white gold. Wide without being over-done, the piece is stackable or can be worn by itself.
Culture and jewelry design are intertwined. The effect of events occurring at the time impacted by how the piece is expressed. With the availability of platinum restricted, jewelers turned to colored gold using copper, nickel, zinc, fine silver in different percentages along with fine gold.
Various colors of gold accent floral forms and scrolling designs. Blossoming among curvaceous flowing elements of green gold, flower cluster heads stand out with white gold centers. The perimeters are rimmed with rose gold, giving the band an overall feminine appearance.