Edwardian dating around 1900, turquoise cabochons pulsing with summer sky blues pair with nighttime motifs of crescent moons.
In sizes that graduate, the 3.15 carats of turquoise cabochons arch across the finger east and west. Itty bitty rose cut diamonds are placed between them at their tips.
Unusually, crescent moons of gold shine on the faces of the under gallery. Spirals rest at the sides. Artful details appoint the outer shoulders before transitioning to a shank with a raised central curve.
In 18k gold, this one is substantial for its type, and the colors are glorious.