The Reine - 1970s Lab Created Emerald Diamond 14k Gold Brutalist Cocktail Ring

Introducing a show-stopping cocktail ring from the 1970s, crafted in a stunning Brutalist style. This unique sustainable piece features a large lab-created emerald, accentuated by sparkling natural diamonds and set in yellow gold. One of the defining characteristics of 1970s jewelry which is particularly popular today is the focus on creating sculptural wearable art. This ring embodies that sentiment with its bold and distinctive design. The rough crystal form of the lab-created emerald is reminiscent of the Brutalist style, with strong lines and shapes that perfectly complement the heavy gold mounting. The velvety green of the lab-created emerald is striking against the deep yellow of the gold, while the accent diamonds add a touch of sparkle and sophistication. This ring is truly vibrant, with all its elements working in harmony to create a bold and daring statement piece. Overall, this 1970s Brutalist style cocktail ring is a one-of-a-kind piece that makes a bold statement. It is a true work of wearable art that will be admired and treasured for years to come

Gemstones: a large lab created emerald in crystal rough form with distinctive crystals on surface, beautiful green color; diamonds - round brilliant cut natural diamonds

Gold: 14k gold, mostly yellow with white prongs under the diamonds

Markings: a faint remnant of the hallmark, we can still make out number 4 under magnification, the ring was also tested with nitric acid 14k gold

Ring Dimensions: ring top approximately 18x15.5mm, 12mm tall (from the finger)

Ring Size: 9

Total Weight: 15.5 grams

Condition: item in very good estate condition

Items included: a lovely new ring box, GIA ID report

SKU: JA4781