The 1950s were all about science, technology, innovation and The Coordinated Woman – say what? She was expected to have perfect hair, a spotless house, and dinner on the table. We say screw that (unless it’s your thing – by all means darling, you do you). So throw on those yoga pants, toss your hair in a sloppy bun, and pour yourself some whiskey. Because we have the ring for you.
This gorgeous little vintage stacker is the 1951 ring of your jewelry box’s dreams – pink rubies (pink was HUGE in the 50s) pattern themselves with sparkly diamonds, set in 18-karat gold, forming a sleek and simple silhouette. This ring bears marks for Birmingham, England and the year 1951, as well as hallmark, “SGN”.
No hourglass figure, sweater set (although we do like a nice sweater set), or spam for dinner here. Take idealized femininity and flip it upside down. Rock this retro band however you damn well please.
Era - Vintage
Materials - 18k Gold, Diamond & Pink Rubies
Size - 7.5
Makers Mark "SGN", hallmarks for Birmingham 1951