Product DescriptionA gift worthy of a queen! Small, graceful scroll of silver with just the right mix of simple and ornate are accented by a striking amethyst. The birthstone for February and the gemstone for the 6th wedding anniversary, this amethyst is sure to delight, whatever the cause for celebration. She'll also be pleased to know the emerald cut stone in her scroll ring has been found in royal and noble collections around the world, from ancient civilizations to the British crown jewels.
Product CareClean with a silver polishing cloth.
InspirationThis jewelry design is reminiscent of the scroll motif popular in 18th-century decorative arts. The scroll is classic in origin, dating to the days of ancient Greece. Artisans of the 18th century often combined classical and natural elements, rendering the curving scroll shape in the form of gracefully flowing leaves and vines. Precious and semiprecious stonesdiamonds, rubies, emeralds, topaz, and garnetwere as highly prized in the colonial period as they are today, as were gold and silver.
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Received this today and the ring is lovely. The amethyst is a pretty shade of purple and the silver is shiny and perfect. I own this ring in sapphire in gold and silver, both for about 14 years. Wear them all the time and always remember my visits to Colonial Williamsburg. If you love elegant , timeless designs this ring is for you!