A gorgeous early 20th century carved amethyst flower set with a central diamond, upon a casting of a Victorian ring shank. This carved blossom, perhaps representing a Morning Glory, is beautifully claw-prong set, eternally blooming on the hand. The Morning Glory is often considered a symbol of the resilience of love, rising each morning to greet the day.
This amethyst specimen exhibits a subtle tonal variation, affording the flower a lively, organic feel; it would be at home in any stack craving an intense violet pop.
Materials and Features: 14k Gold, Amethyst
Age/Origin: Victorian, c. 1890
Measurements: Size 6, 13mm, 2.97g
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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