The Diamond Solitaire Ring

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The Diamond Solitaire Ring

2,600.00

Metal: 14K White Gold

Stone: Diamond (Est. .65tcw H-I VS2)

Size: 7.5

Era: 1910- 1920

What You Should Know: Stone is very bright. 14K Gold hallmarks.

*This Ring Can Be Resized.

In 1905 in Brooklyn, NY, a girl was born who would later in life claim the title of the original “It Girl”. Clara Bow was born into poverty and a seemingly unsupportive family, and so at the young age of 16, she mailed in her photograph to a magazine competition. She was immediately scouted for her big, telling eyes and approachable beauty and it wasn’t long until she was moving from NYC to Hollywood.

In her fairly short career, Clara Bow made 57 films, but more importantly, she became an icon to the everyday woman. She had short hair (and short dresses!) and was fiercely independent and a self-made woman. She was cutting edge, talented, and somehow down to earth despite the glitz and glam she made her way in. She is the symbol of the Jazz Age, the original flapper girl, and of course, the very first person to be deemed an It Girl.

While it’s mostly unlikely this exact ring graced Clara Bow’s finger, we think it would have suited her perfectly. Beautiful, unique, high quality- this stunner is personified by Clara Bow’s success. A practical and delightful vision in a flashy world. Doesn’t hurt that they are both classically Art Deco. A white diamond weighing in at a half carat sits front and center in this 1920’s ring. With touches of architectural influence and gleaming white stones and metal, this ring is exactly what we love about that time in history. A ring fit for an icon. 

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