Russian Art Nouveau ring from the period 1900-1917, in 14k rose and silver, with 20 small rose-cut diamonds
Lovely Russian Art Nouveau ring, dating from before the Revolution of 1917.
In a “boheme” spirit, the ring is in 14k rose and silver. It has two bows facing each other, centered with a line of 5 main diamonds rose-cut and embellished with 20 small rose-cut diamonds. Total diamond weight is approximately 0.40 carats.
The ring is gold and the tray is silver. Russian work, Art Nouveau period, between 1900 and 1917. It has multiple hallmarks including that of the 56 solotnics attesting to 14 karat gold.
Condition: the ring is in very good condition, it should be noted a tiny gold restoration on one of the bows and a chip on the central diamond, invisible to the naked eye.
Finger size: 54 or 6.75
Tray length: 2.4 cm
Weight: 4.41 g.