White Silk - Art Deco 18K White Gold Cultured Pearl Ring (ADR225)

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White Silk - Art Deco 18K Gold Cultured Pearl Ring. This exquisite ring is crafted from 18K white gold, hallmarked 18K. Featuring one genuine cultured ocean pearl, Art Deco styling, and quality craftsmanship. This lovely ring is created in a flower design, showcasing a beautiful white pearl, displaying a champagne overtone. The gallery exhibits engraved leaves, and gently curves, adorned by diamond cut segments, which gives the appearance of sparking diamonds. The shoulders and shank are polished and smooth, which allows for a comfortable fit and easy sizing. This Art Deco era ring would make a wonderful gift for that special someone, or an addition to your own jewelry collection. 

History: Pearls were presented as gifts to Chinese royalty as early as 2300 BC, while in ancient Rome, pearl jewellery was considered the ultimate status symbol. So precious were the spherical gems that in the 1st century BC, Julius Caesar passed a law limiting the wearing of pearls only to the ruling classes.

Although the origin of white color gold dates back to 1710, where it was discovered by two alchemists in Germany, it wasn't used widely until much later. White gold as we know it today was really popularised in the 1920s. Although it might seem strange, this luxury material came to popularity in wartime.


Measurements: Face of the Ring 16.00 mm x 13.50 mm 

Stone Size: Pearl 8.00 mm x 8.00 mm 

Weight: 2.60 grams 

Ring Size: 5 3/4 

Condition: Excellent 

Origin: America 

Date: Circa 1930 



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