Her curtains were pulled aside, revealing a black night sky, without a star or moon in sight. The wind was heard but she was busy, writing, passionately creating a story of mythical creatures and happy endings. The flicker of candlelight emanated from the tall dark red candlesticks burning in the corner. The flame’s light hit the ring on her right hand, the hand scribbling wildly with a feather quill on thick parchment. The ring glowed as though she had the sun hidden somewhere inside of it. Her content ginger cat sat on the edge of her oak desk, watching the specks of light that jumped from the prismatic opals on her ring to the darkened walls of the library, like a kaleidoscope.
This vintage English Art Deco ring was handcrafted in London, in 1925. There are five luminescent round cabochon opals set on a square face. The center opal is the largest, measuring 4.5 mm in diameter and 1.9 mm deep. The other four are all 3.3 mm in diameter and 1.5 mm in depth, approximately. This gorgeous 18 karat gold piece is truly Art Deco in its display with dazzling colors, and geometric shape. It is fully hallmarked and bears the crown for England, leopard head for London, the gold purity mark, ‘18’, and the date letter, ‘k’. This ring is a size 5.75 and weighs 4.5 grams.
Wear the Jazz Age around your finger with this fiery opal ring! It would make a fantastic birthday gift, or just a fun little accessory for yourself.
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I wonder if zircon is really a girl’s best friend. Scientifically, it has one of the liveliest displays of sparkle, putting even diamonds to shame. The oldest zircon stones clock in at 4.4 billion years old. According to my calculations, that’s just half a billion years shy of the age of the earth. A few hundred years ago, during the Middle Ages, zircon was thought to aid in restful sleep, and bring wisdom and honor the wearer. I’ve been wearing this rock all week and I can tell you I’ve never slept better. Coincidence? I think not. A little sparkle can go a long way.
This Art Deco ring was handcrafted in Europe around 1920. It’s a sparkling vintage piece featuring a burnt orange-brown zircon at the center flanked by six diamonds with three on either side. The stones are platinum set over 18 karat yellow gold. The word ‘zircon’ most likely stems from the Persian word, ‘zargun’ meaning “gold-colored”. This round zircon measures 8.7 x 8.9 x 6 mm and weighs approximately 3.89 carats. There are two old European cut diamonds with four brilliant cut diamonds, weighing an approximate total of .22 carats. The ring face measures 8.6 x 16 x 7 mm off the finger and the band width is 2 mm at the back. This piece bears the gold purity mark, “18ct” and the platinum mark, “PLAT”. This ring weighs 3.8 grams and is a size 6.5.
Wear fireworks on your finger with this fiery solitaire ring! This piece would make a brilliant engagement or even anniversary ring.
A note from Victoria: Zircons are susceptible to color change from strong UV light and extreme temperature, so be cautious and don’t wear your zircon in a tanning booth or to get a gel manicure, make sure that it you get work done on your ring you tell the jeweler that the stone can’t take heat.
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