Vintage Edwardian Diamond Ring
From the esteemed Lambert Bros. New York jewelry house comes this feminine and sophisticated platinum diamond ring from the Edwardian era. It features a sparkling half-carat Old European Cut center diamond collette-set with thirty-two smaller diamonds twinkling across the design. Our ring features open and pierced metal work—as beautifully finished on top as it is on the underside. Its understated elegance and noble opulence reflect the tastes of the people it adorned.
Gemstone Facts Details
One-of-a-kind pieces that took inspiration from flora and fauna, the Art Nouveau period jewelry pieces are exquisite and great representations of the movement against mass-produced jewelry. This period ran from just before the turn of the 20th century through World War I. The turbulence entering the new century was felt by all—what would the new century bring? There was a desire for naughty fun and a desire for adventure, excitement and extremes, and Art Nouveau appealed to the desires of fun and fantasy. Represented through the sinuous curves and sensual overtones of the fantasy-inspired feminine form, the Art Nouveau period featured a lot of yellow gold jewelry with moonstones and pearls and opals, as well as seemingly unusual materials such as horn, ivory and glass.