The Art Nouveau era of the late 1800’s resulted in a very different and distinct style that moved completely away from the typical Victorian style that was prevalent at the time and here is a gorgeous Art Nouveau rose gold ring from the 1890’s.
Set with pearls, rubies a diamond and a tourmaline, all of these gemstones come together perfectly set into the 14ct rose gold setting. Rose gold has such a lovely warm colour to it that looks so good on the skin and here it works even better with the multiple colours of the gemstones.
From left to right where the pearls start on one side and end on the other, this distance measures 14.7mm by 7.3mm wide at the centre and sits so comfortably on the finger.
No matter where or when this ring is worn, it will always be admired for its style, gemstones and gorgeous colour from the rose gold.