Beginning around 300 BC, Ancient Greeks would carve the image of a donkey (how mystical?) into citrine to gift the wearer the power of fortunetelling. They would adorn tools, weaponry, and of course, their badass selves, in this enchanting stone for good luck. They called this majestic gem “chrysolitus”, meaning “golden stone”.
But for real, how right were they?
This perfectly Art Deco cocktail ring features a fiery whiskey-gold citrine that smolders like the noontime sun. Crafted in 14-karat gold (indicating it’s likely American-made), this juicy 4.75 US stunner shows off stylized heart shoulders that hug your finger in lush Roaring 20’s vivacity.
No promises that this little number will give you the charm of a soothsayer, but there’s certainly some sunshine in your future (hint: you’re looking at it).
Era - Art Deco
Materials - 14k Gold & Citrine
Size - 4.75
Measurements - 23mm x 12.8mm