Triquetra

$ 26,000

SKU: YG-10015390-CS

Triquetra is an incredible and authentic Late Victorian (circa 1900) three-stone diamond and demantoid garnet halo engagement ring designed by the American jewelry house Marcus & Co. The impeccably handmade ring centers a 1.72ct diamond accompanied by a GIA Diamond Report stating the Old European Brilliant Cut stone is graded K color and VS1 clarity. Triquetra boasts a pair of exceptionally well-matched Old European Cut diamonds flanking either size of the center stone totaling approximately 0.80ctw and graded J-K color and VS clarity. The colorful ring is further decorated with a halo of 22 round demantoid garnets adding a vibrant green hue making this one of the most unique three-stones we’ve ever had! Triquetra is finished with a perfectly rounded slim 18k yellow gold shank, stamped on the inside of the ban is the maker’s mark M. & Co. for the famed Marcus & Co., a beloved American jewelry company known for their work with Tiffany & Co. as well as their own fabulous designs. Also hand engraved inside the band is the name “M.K. Paul” for a little extra piece of this particular ring’s history puzzle.

Triquetra is currently a size 5 and can be sized to fit. Please contact our concierge with any questions about this incredible ring!

DETAILS
name
Triquetra
style number
YG-10015390-CS
collection
Vintage
era
Victorian
date
circa 1900
metal
Yellow Gold
stone
Garnet
stone carat
1.72ct + 0.80ct
clarity
VS1
certification
dimensions
7.72mm x 7.79mm x 4.68mm
cut
Round
color
K
Questions about sizing? See our size guide
HISTORY
The Victorian Period was named for Queen Victoria, who inherited the throne of England in 1837 when she was only 18 years old. Victoria was young, beautiful, and loved immensely by her subjects. Her tastes in fashion and jewelry were highly regarded and inspired the Victorian jewelry trends of the time. Queen Victoria was married in 1840, and she wore a snake motif ring (a symbol of eternal love at the time) set with her birthstone, a brilliant green emerald, as her engagement ring. In the Victorian era, it was very common for birthstones to be used instead of diamonds for engagement rings. After Victoria’s beloved Albert passed away in 1861, the queen went into the customary mourning period for 18 months, which inspired the gold lockets and black jet pieces commonly seen in this period.

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