The deep color of the oval citrine is perfectly set off by the green gold of the setting. The details are swoon worthy, and they are every where, even underneath where they're only seen by you. The design is in the Arts and Crafts aesthetic of the early 20th c. Stylized tulips ring the border while flourishes surround the beaded bezel. The shoulders have a classic hammered texture behind more flowers and are contained in a classic arts & crafts border. More flourishes decorate the very back of the ring where it sits on your finger.
This American beauty was crafted by a Newark New Jersey Jewelry maker, Larter, and Sons, and dates to circa 1910. Newark was the seat of American fine Jewelry manufacturing in the late 18th and early 20th centuries. Larter and Sons are known for their unique rings.
Details.....Currently a size 5.5, we will size it for free. The top of the ring measures 21mm x 14.7mm, the shoulder measures 5.5mm and the back of the band measures 2mm. Excellent Antique condition. This ring is over 100 years old, some wear is to be expected and considered part of the charm.