Edwardian 18ct and platinum “trilogy ring”, which gets its romantic meaning from the two diamonds and the fine natural pearl in its centre: This setting is embedded here as a symbol of a shared past, present and shared future. The fact that the present is elevated above the past and the future reveals where the focus of the relationship should lie: In the here and now, which is to be enjoyed! The choice of materials adds another nuance to this symbolic message, as diamonds in the context of love gifts stand for the indestructibility of a relationship and the pearl is used as an attribute of the goddess of love, as Venus, like the pearl, was born from a shell. Typical for the years around 1910, The settings of the diamonds are platinum and on the shoulders with yellow gold shank.
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