The age of elegance pervaded the years around 1890 through the early 1900's within the Edwardian or Belle Époque era. Diamonds, more diamonds, pearls and platinum made up the majority of the high jewelry of the day.
A gentle convex profile with a shaped perimeter holds 16 intense diamonds. Two in the center, set north and south, with the remainder dotted tightly throughout the top, display 1.14 carats of conflict-free glam.
With the fine color of G-H, and a clarity of VS2-SI2, and the mille grain (beaded edged) details, it is a finger-hugging kaleidoscope of prismatic refractions.
Touches of swirling patterns snake down the sides and ease their way into a smooth, tapered shank. Unabashed period elegance.