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Baubles, Bling and Transformed Things

Apparently, lighting can strike twice in the same place…  just a couple weeks ago, we shared a lovely Art Deco pendant that started out life as a ring.  Conversion jewelry has been a thing for a very long time.  The most common refreshes are pins to pendants or charms.  Because rings are the most popular article of jewelry, it’s rare that they are changed into something else.  So, we were super stoked to discover the pendant.  Imagine our absolute delight to find yet another ring conversion just a couple weeks later!  

Made from the sweetest pairing of an antique three-stone ring and a dainty link bracelet, the updated and improved bracelet is adorable.  It’s impossible to know what the reasoning was for joining these two Victorian pieces into one, but it’s tough to argue with the results.  

A step-cut natural pink topaz is fully encased within a 14-karat rosy gold bezel.  An ornate openwork pattern decorates the edge…  a series of triangles that alternate point up then point down and so on.  Set in open-back fashion, the topaz is a glorious shade of bubblegum pink.  Weighing approximately 1.50 carats, it is flanked by a pair of rose-cut diamonds, each one prong-set within a square silver setting.  These two tiny sparklers have a combined weight of .15 carat. 

Every crevice of the “ring” showcases a rich patina that has taken more than a hundred years to develop.  Perfectly petite, the ring top is joined with a 14-karat yellow gold bracelet.  Each of the twelve links is comprised of  three identical rows and one concealed box snap clasp.  Both the ring and the bracelet were made in the mid to late 1800’s.  The marriage is pure perfection and is available now for just $1,500.00.  Call us at 1-800-747-7552 or hop over to our site to make it yours today.

“You can go to a museum and look, or come to us and touch.”

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

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