I’m not sure how to explain to you the depth of my love for this ring. I think it’s GREAT. I suspect that you will too.
So not only is this ring the most fabulous and unusual explosion of colors – it used to be a button. Someone was awesome enough to look at their old piece of clothing and think “wait, this button is cool. I should do something with it.”Okay, maybe it didn’t happen exactly like that. But in my head it did. Can you imagine how great the original piece of clothing must have been? What do you think it was? Do you think it had multiple of these buttons, or just the one?
This ring (or the button? it’s unclear) was made in 1820. It is centered by a round brilliant cut diamond bordered by oval opals and outer double border of small emeralds and diamonds, close set in silver and gold, on a later plain gold shank. I think it would be an exceptionally marvelous and colorful addition to any outfit.
This ring is currently listed on the S.J. Philips website. All images and info are thanks to S.J. Philips.