Art Nouveau jewellery has such a distinctive look and character about it, and here is a very attractive 18ct rose gold Art Nouveau era ring from the early 1900’s.
The ring was made in France and bears the French hallmarks on the outside of the band and is made in rose gold which is quite hard to get in 18ct gold.
Rose gold has such a warm colour about it and has recently become very popular once again as it looks so refined and elegant on the finger.
To highlight the design of this ring, it is set with 11 natural pearls and one 0.05 carat diamond in the most unique design of a split band.
This Art Nouveau ring sits so well on the finger and it will be so easy to wear it with other antique rings or with modern rings and blend right in.
From top to bottom the ring measures 7.5mm and would look perfect on any finger
French jewellers of this period really knew how to create amazing designs that were so unique and influential the world over, and this French Art Nouveau ring has the most wonderful and unique design and is all highlighted with the diamond and pearls in that warm rose gold setting and is a great example of why antique rings are as popular today and not going to go out of fashion any time soon.