Full moon in gilt + mountain adventures: this 1883 edition by Ernest Ingersoll is everything. Ingersoll wrote lively recollections of his time touring the Rocky Mountains with a United States Geological and Geographical Survey in 1874, with descriptions of mining areas.
A bouquet of roses, deep scarlet and surrounded by lush green leaves, is sure to bring a fond smile to any lover’s face. But imagine the delight these eternal blossoms must have brought when presented in some Victorian parlor or ballroom! Emerald and ruby paste stones glow brilliantly, their colors evoking a tender nosegay that will remain fresh and blooming forever. Delicate etched designs circle the band of 12k gold, fitting ornaments to such an exquisitely fanciful piece. Balmy summer or deepest winter, these flowers will never fade! Visit our Ruby Lane page for more information. -Miss Minutia #antiques#antiquejewelry#antiquering#victorian#victorianjewelry#victorianring#redandgreen#emeraldandruby#paste#pastering#pastestones#goldring#1870s