Vintage cocktail ring, turquoise and diamonds

€3,800
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This beautiful cocktailring made in a French workshop is typical of the late 50s. The worked gold setting highlights a magnificent polished turquoise cabochon. Around a myriad of brilliant-cut diamonds…

 

The cocktailring, which has become fashionable again since the 2000s, appeared in the 1920s in the United States during Prohibition. As its name suggests, it was worn during cocktails organized secretly at the time: it captures the light wonderfully each time the woman raises a glass to her lips.

 

18K gold

About 4 carats of turquoise

About 1 carat of diamonds

 

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