The Forsythia Ring

This incredibly distinctive Art Nouveau ring features diamonds and sapphires surrounded by fanciful details. Three old mine cut diamonds are set in a vertical row within individual floating, milgrain-bordered octagonal frames. The diamonds are accented by bezel set baguette sapphires and hand cut precious metal flowers in each corner of the 5/8" square frame, set diagonally on the finger. The tapered band with elegant wheat etching completes this special piece (approx 0.24 ct. tw.).

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Art Nouveau Design Era

The Art Nouveau (literally “New Art”) era burst forth from a broad artistic movement with the key tenet that art should be a part of daily life, and lasted from 1890 to 1910. Thinking of themselves as artists, Art Nouveau jewelers took extra care to craft exquisite, breathtaking jewelry with a soft, mystical, and romantic air. Pale colors and flowing, undulating curves established a soothing aura.