Two Hearts Beat As One

Romantic Heart Ring With Sapphires & Natural Pearls, Circa 1890


€ 1,890.00 *
Content 1 piece
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Romantic Heart Ring With Sapphires & Natural Pearls, Circa 1890
Romantic Heart Ring With Sapphires & Natural Pearls, Circa 1890
Description
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Fashions come and go, but many a jewellery motif has simply remained since its first invention. A fine example of this is rings with gemstone-decorated hearts, which first became all the rage in the Baroque and Rococo eras. From a variety of materials such as diamonds, rubies, emeralds and, not least, pearls, elegant pieces of jewellery were created in the 18th century to symbolize the intimate union of two lovers. In the imagination of the time, man and woman stand here opposite each other as lovers; recognizable as independent elements, yet firmly united by their feeling and symbolically united in one piece of jewellery. Although the rococo fashion soon faded, the love for the two joined hearts nevertheless remained alive, as evidenced by the ring here. This is because the romantic work, which juxtaposes two natural sapphires with carmo-izations of natural pearls, was created in the late 19th century. A loop with further natural pearls connects both hearts, and serves as a symbol of the bond. The combination of gemstones reveals their meaning and explains the meaning of the ring. The blue sapphire stands for the fidelity of lovers; pearls, on the other hand, are considered gemstones of Venus, the goddess of love, so they stand for love. The romantic motif and its selected materials make this ring, which has recently received a new ring band, a wonderful love gift or even an engagement ring.
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Romantic Heart Ring With Sapphires & Natural Pearls, Circa 1890
Two Hearts Beat As One
€ 1,890.00 *
Content 1 piece
Incl. VAT, Shipping
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