Timeless style goes with everything. This sterling silver and gold-plate hoop ring features a design inspired by an antique armchair in the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation collections. Currently on display in the Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, the original armchair was built between 1790 and 1815 and is attributed to Monticello Joinery. Fine furniture was esteemed in the 18th century, and this modern interpretation celebrates some of the period's finest craftsmanship. Elegantly designed by Richard Palermo, this lovely ring is destined to be a go-to favorite. Available in whole sizes 6 through 12. A Williamsburg exclusive!
Ring featuring historic pattern
Pattern from 18th-century armchair
Sterling silver and gold-plate
WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!Clean with a silver polishing cloth.
The Colonial Williamsburg furniture collection encompasses a broad range of goods produced in Great Britain and America from the middle of the 17th century through the 1830s. This evolving collection was assembled over many decades with an eye toward furnishing dozens of historic structures in the restored town of Williamsburg. It consequently includes not only high style works produced for the wealthy, but simple forms used in kitchens and workshops. This broad cross section of the cabinet trade is one of the collection's most important aspects.