Ladysmith

$3,950.00

Ladysmith is a charming and authentic Victorian era (circa 1890) 18k yellow gold ring featuring a sweetly feminine pink tourmaline and diamond combination. The lovely ring is lined with two Old Mine Cut diamonds totaling approximately 1.20ct in combined weight, framing a center Old Mine Cut pink tourmaline weighting approximately 0.65ct. Two matching Pear Brilliant cut pink tourmalines complete the alternating pattern on either side of the Old Mine Cut diamonds with a total approximate weight of 0.80ct. The ring is finished with a buttery-soft 18k yellow gold shank. Ladysmith is the perfect addition to a stack of rings for a delightful pop of color, or is gorgeous as a stand alone piece with a ton of old-world charm. But if you don't buy this ring before the end of 2021, it's fine because one of our own will be buying it for herself and NO we are not joking.

Ladysmith is currently a size 9.25 and can be sized to fit most sizes. Please note that if this ring needs to be sized up or down more than 2.5 sizes, it will be subject to a sizing fee and will be final sale. Contact our concierge with sizing questions.
DETAILS
name
Ladysmith
style number
10015008-ES
collection
Vintage
era
Victorian
date
circa 1890
metal
Yellow Gold
stone
Tourmaline
stone carat
1.20ct + 0.65ct + 0.80ct
clarity
SI
certification
n/a
dimensions
5.56mm x 5.01mm x 3.54mm
cut
Round
color
L-M
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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