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Retro Gold Ring with Cultured Pearl & Diamonds, ca. 1940


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Unit price €890.00 / piece
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Retro Gold Ring with Cultured Pearl & Diamonds, ca. 1940
Retro Gold Ring with Cultured Pearl & Diamonds, ca. 1940
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"You have diamonds and pearls, Have all that man desires, And have the most beautiful eyes - My love, what more could you wish for?" (Heinrich Heine) Hardly a combination of luxurious materials has inspired poets as much as that of diamonds and pearls. Thus, in 1824, Heinrich Heine placed these jewels next to the beauty of a beloved girl. The ring here is made of yellow gold and presents in its center a round cultured pearl of beautiful white colour with a light cream-hued luster. Two small diamonds flank the pearl on the left and right in settings of platinum. The ring band is forged from yellow gold. The ring was made in the years around 1940 and shows the strong design language of the Retro Style.
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A treasure from the depths of the sea - In many cultures around the world, the pearl has a deeply symbolic character. In China, they are a symbol of wealth, wisdom and dignity; in Japan, they signify good luck; in India, the abundance of children. Even among the ancient Greeks and Romans, pearls were highly coveted as jewelry: the Greek term "margarita" was also used to refer to the beloved, as it were, a term that has survived to this day in the name Margaret. The classic pearl necklace must not be missing from a lady's jewelry box. With her you are always well dressed, she decorates for every occasion.
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Retro Gold Ring with Cultured Pearl & Diamonds, ca. 1940
What more could you wish for?
€ 890.00 *
Content 1 piece
Unit price €890.00 / piece
Incl. VAT, Shipping
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