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  • Snake ring

    Victorian symbol of eternal Love
    €315.00

    For sale is this stunning 18k rose gold snake ring. This handmade beauty is a spiral snake that turns around your finger. The details on this exquisite ring are somewhat faded but phenomenal . This ring is most likely crafted during the Art Deco period or mid-century, yet this ring finds its origin in the Victorian Era. Queen Victoria, who was very respected and a true fashion icon during her reign, wore one herself. She received it from her Prince-to-be Albert as an engagement ring. It stands as a sign of eternal love, especially because she wore it until death. This beauty is hallmarked with a makers hallmark 'EC 18k'.

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    This pure sign of eternal love is one of our favourites. We are in love with the details, its incredible history and its strong appearance. We believe this is a piece of jewellery every romantic and strong woman should have. It can be the perfect gift to yourself or the person you love most. 

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  • Constance

    3.08 ct Edwardian cluster ring.
    €1,400.00

    For sale is this stunning antique sapphire and diamond cluster ring. This exquisite ring is set with old European cut sapphires which were cut by hand and are therefore all unique. This type of cut made its debut in the 19th century. In between these stunning gemstones Swiss cut diamonds lighten up this beautiful ring. This type of diamond cut was found in the late 19th, early 20th century. They were used as small side-stones to give a jewel an extra amount of sparkle and class. Mostly they were smaller than all the other gemstones in a jewel, just like they are here. Later on there roll as ‘extra sparklers’ was taken over by the modern single cut shaped diamonds.

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    In combination with the old European cut sapphires, we can be sure this ring was made around 1900 and therefore made by hand and a one of a kind jewel. It is in a very pristine condition consistent with age and wear. During King Edward's reign a lot of jewels contained a lot more and bigger gemstones, like these ones. Next to these extra amounts of sparkles, the use of a monochromic white gold or platinum was preferred in addition to a lot of flower like forms, just like in this white gold ring. Furthermore we are blown away by the details of this stunning jewel. The head holding all these diamonds has a starburst looking shape and gives this ring that extra stunning touch. On top of that provides this crown dark holes between the prong settings of the outer circle of sapphires, making this halo made of sapphires looking like an almost full circle. 

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    These nine stunning sapphires combine for approximately 2.2ct while the pretty diamonds combine for approximately 0.88ct. This tremendous amount of carats ensures that we find this ring overwhelming. This majestic ring is a real eye-catcher despite its peaceful appearance that it acquires through the sapphires. Thanks to the use of these sapphires, the ring is not a gigantic, literally dazzling sparkling bulb, but a classy flower that will overwhelm you with its beauty every day. We love this ring and hope that this beautiful piece unique will get an equally beautiful woman as a new owner who loves it as much as we do.

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  • Geraldine

    Belle Époque ring
    €445.00

    This antique Edwardian Belle Époque rings is set with diamonds and a natural pearl. One of the diamonds has an approx weight of 0,17 ct while the other eight diamonds are rose cut beauties. This wonderful 18 ct yellow gold ring is finished with platinum, so that the diamonds can sparkle even brighter than they would on set in yellow gold. A French eagle head is marked on this antique toi et moi ring. 

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    We love this ring that is crafted around 1920. It has everything a Belle Époque ring should have. On top of that it has a royal and elegant look which will never go out of style. 

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