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The Aila Ring

$1,750

Fine milgrain and pierced geometric frames embellish the shank and gallery of this Edwardian ring, presenting a ravishing pink tourmaline at the center (Tourmaline approx. 3.50 total carat weight).

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Ring Information

Style Number:
BEF00514
Design era:
Design era:
Edwardian
Date:
1950's
Condition:
Excellent
Metal:
14K White Gold
Type:
Antique Engagement Ring

Gemstone Details

Gemstone total carat weight:
3.50
Center gemstone:
Tourmaline
Center gemstone details:
9.26 x 7.32 mm rectangular shaped natural tourmaline, strongly reddish/purplish pink color, eye clean clarity, approx. 3.50 ct.
Note:
Since gemstones can be challenging to grade when they are already set in vintage pieces, evaluations of gemstone carat weight, dimensions, and quality are best approximations.

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Light, elegant designs were characteristic of the Edwardian era, which ran from 1901 to about 1920. This jewelry is famous for extensive use of filigree techniques to create a wonderfully lacy look, and classic motifs designed to highlight a gemstone’s inherent beauty. Tassels, bows, garlands, and scrolls are prevalent motifs that illustrate the refined, graceful Edwardian sensibility.

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Authenticity & Sourcing

All of our vintage jewelry was originally hand-made and has been selected by our jewelry experts taking into account beauty, craftsmanship, gemstone quality, and originality. These works of art reflect the spirit of their eras as well as the vision of the artisans who designed and produced them. No two items are ever exactly the same.