The post-war jewelry aesthetic was brash and bold, and no one embodied the spirit of the time more than Seaman Schepps. He capitalized on the desire for dramatic jewels by setting large stones into ample gold mounts. This ring is a classic from the period, using the quintessential stone of the 1940s, the aquamarine, to its full and glorious effect. The 25.00 carat stone sits high on the finger and is cradled by a sinuous curve of 14K yellow gold.
One step-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 25.00 carats, 22.70 x 16.50 x 11.80 mm