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Renaissance Gemstone Ring - Italy, 16th-early 17h century

Renaissance Gemstone Ring - Italy, 16th-early 17h century

RENAISSANCE RUBY RING WITH ENAMEL Western Europe, c. 1580 Gold, ruby and enamel Weight 5.10 gr; circumference 51.9 mm; US size 6, UK size L½  For Shakespeare, the ruby was “unparagoned,” and Benvenuto Cellini valued it above all other gems on account of its glorious color.Cellini goes on to describe how to set it in a bezel, “enhancing it with foils of which some should be of so deep a glow that they seem quite dark and others differing in intensity till they have scarce any red in them at…

RENAISSANCE RUBY RING WITH ENAMEL Western Europe, c. 1580 Gold, ruby and enamel Weight 5.10 gr; circumference 51.9 mm; US size 6, UK size L½ For Shakespeare, the ruby was “unparagoned,” and Benvenuto Cellini valued it above all other gems on account of its glorious color.Cellini goes on to describe how to set it in a bezel, “enhancing it with foils of which some should be of so deep a glow that they seem quite dark and others differing in intensity till they have scarce any red in them at…

Java, Central Javanese Period, 9th century. | Solid cast and repoussé gold.

Java, Central Javanese Period, 9th century. | Solid cast and repoussé gold.

Italy, 16th century  Gold and ruby Weight 6.1 gr; bezel 6 x 11 x 10 mm; circumference 55; US size 7¼; UK size O  This box bezel ring is set with a beautiful ruby and intricately engraved on its bezel and shoulders.  Often thought to be of Italian origin, such Renaissance rings were probably made all over Europe and appear frequently in portraits of the period.  The forms of rings like this were popularized thanks to pattern books by Virgil Solis, Etienne Delaune, and Pierre Woeriot that…

Italy, 16th century Gold and ruby Weight 6.1 gr; bezel 6 x 11 x 10 mm; circumference 55; US size 7¼; UK size O This box bezel ring is set with a beautiful ruby and intricately engraved on its bezel and shoulders. Often thought to be of Italian origin, such Renaissance rings were probably made all over Europe and appear frequently in portraits of the period. The forms of rings like this were popularized thanks to pattern books by Virgil Solis, Etienne Delaune, and Pierre Woeriot that…

La bague "Emotion'' de Fabergé http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/le-bijou-du-jour/diaporama/la-bague-emotion-de-faberge/14140#!2

La bague 'Emotion'' de Fabergé

La bague "Emotion'' de Fabergé http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/le-bijou-du-jour/diaporama/la-bague-emotion-de-faberge/14140#!2

Renaissance Cusped Gemstone Ring - Western Europe, 16th century

Renaissance Cusped Gemstone Ring - Western Europe, 16th century

La bague "Emotion'' de Fabergé http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/le-bijou-du-jour/diaporama/la-bague-emotion-de-faberge/14140

La bague 'Emotion'' de Fabergé

La bague "Emotion'' de Fabergé http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/le-bijou-du-jour/diaporama/la-bague-emotion-de-faberge/14140

Gold Ring ca.1350. Medieval jewellery. Until the late 14th century, gems were usually polished rather than cut. The jewellery worn in medieval Europe reflected an intensely hierarchical and status-conscious society. Colour provided by precious gems and enamel and protective power were highly valued.

Gold Ring ca.1350. Medieval jewellery. Until the late 14th century, gems were usually polished rather than cut. The jewellery worn in medieval Europe reflected an intensely hierarchical and status-conscious society. Colour provided by precious gems and enamel and protective power were highly valued.

#PosieRing | 1600 | 'Le Bon Espoir' | In Hope | The Hopeful

#PosieRing | 1600 | 'Le Bon Espoir' | In Hope | The Hopeful

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