Girl With The Pearl Ring - Estate Renaissance Revival Sterling Silver Mabe pearl Ring (ER262)

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Girl With The Pearl Ring - Estate Renaissance Revival Sterling Silver Made Pearl Ring. This gorgeous ring is crafted from sterling silver, hallmarked 925 for sterling. Featuring one simulated male pearl gem, Renaissance Revival styling, and quality craftsmanship. The gallery on this ring showcases a beautiful champagne colored mabe pearl. The setting exhibits a sea of scroll type open-work filigree decoration, and hearts, which surround the pearl. The shank is smooth and polished, which allows for a comfortable fit and easy sizing. This Estate ring is a wonderful Renaissance revival piece with a modernistic feel. Lovely ring! 

History: Two forms of faux pearls were manufactured in Italy, the earliest, produced from at least the 13th century, and hailing from the ingenious glass workshops of Venice, were imitation glass pearls. Some of these pearls were apparently made from an intriguing mixture of powdered glass, and egg whites.

The story of silver mining began about 5,000 years ago. Silver was first mined around 3,000 BCE in Anatolia, now located in modern-day Turkey. The precious metal helped early civilizations in the Near East, Ancient Greece to flourish.

The sterling alloy originated in continental Europe and was being used for commerce as early as the 12th century in the area that is now northern Germany. A piece of sterling silver dating from Henry II's reign was used as a standard in the Trial of the Pyx until it was deposited at the Royal Mint in 1843.


Measurements: Face of the Ring 20.00 mm x 13.00 

Stone Size: Mabe Pearl (Simulated) 15.00 mm x 10.00 mm 

Weight: 6.20 grams 

Ring Size: 6 

Condition: Excellent

Origin: Most likely Asia 

Date: 1990s

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