Emerald & Diamond Halo Ring

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Emerald & Diamond Halo Ring

1,000.00

Metal: 14K Gold

Stone: Emerald Cabochon & Rose Cut Diamond

Era: 1900

Face: .5" L x .3" W

Size: 7

What you Should Know: Hallmark for 14K gold. 

*This ring is resizable.

While Queen Victoria’s influenced reached every part of Europe, she wasn’t the only royal who inspired new trends. In France, Empress Eugenie was also undeniably persuasive when it came to fashion. Along with Napoleon III, she loved a lavish lifestyle in court. She even had the crown jewels redesign into styles that were more of Louis XVI’s style. She had a particular passion for emeralds, collecting impressive ones and having them set into elaborate and intricate pieces. This caused a frenzy for the green gemstone in France, jewelry lovers buying up emeralds as fast as they were available. Emeralds were considered almost as desirable as diamonds at one point during her consort.

This charming emerald cluster ring was made during Empress Eugenie’s extravagant time in the French courts. No doubt that it was commissioned by someone who was inspired by her affection for emeralds. A vibrant green emerald en cabochon pulls the lushest of colors, while twelve rose cut diamonds are set in the surround. Emeralds have been used to symbolize hope and unconditional love, and are the sacred stone of the Roman goddess Venus, another nod to its connection with love. It’s thought to bring success in regard to marriage, lead you to clarity, or bring balance to your life. An emerald of this beauty is sure to have some positive energy embedded within. We love the contrast of the emerald, diamonds, and yellow gold in this sweet Victorian ring, one possibly inspired by an empress. 

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