Decorative, fine women’s ring in circa 18K (750) yellow gold and platinum, dating from around 1910, set with 2 larger fine old-cut diamonds, 19th century diamond cut, diameter circa 3.8 mm, total carat weight circa 0.45, crystal, and 2 smaller old-cut diamonds, diameter circa 2.5 mm, total carat weight 0.12, as well as 6 rose-cut diamonds, ring was enlarged later.
Size and Weight
Ring size 58, weight 2.8 g
Accompanied by a Lohri certificate
The joie de vivre of the turn of the century
At the turn of the century, fashion appears carefree and luxurious. The jewels of this era are correspondingly lavish and set with many diamonds and pearls, but still feature delicate design. When observed today, these pieces of jewellery with their motifs of flowers, bows and ribbons still evoke the light-hearted joy of life of that period. There is an exceptionally varied range of filigree neck jewellery as well as of jewels that can be worn in various ways (e.g. brooches that can also be worn as pendants).