Vintage Cocktail 14ct Gold Coral Ring From The 1960s-1970s
A big and beautiful gold coral ring in a high-domed floral setting for making a splash at your next soiree! Artfully crafted in rich 14ct gold, this jaw-dropping bauble is composed of interchangeable leaf and braided textures that split toward the shank, leading to open shoulders. The centre crowns a striking coral cabochon in the most delicious peachy-salmon colour, secured in place by eight substantial gold prongs. This spectacular cocktail ring was sourced from a US auction and dates from the 1960s-1970s, also known as the start of the Modern Jewellery era. The period’s trends were all about large, attention-grabbing pieces that complemented the time's sense of freedom and "can do" attitude. Yellow gold was very popular, as were brightly-coloured gemstone cabochons, particularly turquoise and coral. Ultra-chic and collectable, this gold coral ring will add the perfect pop of colour to any outfit and works great as an eye-catching pinky ring.
Hallmarks/Signatures: 14K Pictorial mark
Materials: 14ct Gold
Stones: Coral - one round cabochon
Very good condition, with minor marks suitable for the item's age.
All our fine jewellery comes carefully packaged in the YJ luxury velvet box, accompanied by a travel pouch, product card, and complimentary care guide. The perfect gift for your loved ones to unwrap.
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