Late Edwardian dinner ring set with a cabochon emerald, within a single and old European-cut diamond filigree mount of navette-shaped outline. Set in platinum and yellow gold. Circa 1905.
This ring is unique and desirable for a lot of great reasons! The bright pop of green is no. 1. The filigree speaks Edwardian, but the geometric pattern is moving to Art Deco no. 2. They used to all this navette shape a dinner ring, but today we wear them all the time, no. 3.
Diamond and gold mining has caused devastation in areas such as Africa, wreaking havoc on delicate ecosystems and communities. Choosing to go vintage, you are eliminating the need for more mining and lessening the demand for new diamonds.