This vintage bronze rings features 7 labradorite spheres in a row with filigree detail.
Ring is a size 7.5 and can be resized by your local jeweler.
Mother of Pearl Conversion Ring
The mother of pearl setting in this ring spent its past life as a stick pin, adorning women's hats in the early 1900's Edwardian era. We have converted it into a ring by pairing it with an antique gold band. The band large as a size 11, however it can be easily resized at your local jeweler. (The band we chose was formerly a men's band)
Lock of Hair Mourning Necklace 2
This stunning piece came from an antique mourning brooch and has been converted into a pendant. The oval center is filled with a reddish brown lock of hair bordered with black onyx. It measures approximately 1.5 inches tall. The black ribbon is 16 inches with a chain extender.
Mourning jewelry dates back to the 16th century with popularity reaching an all time high during the Victorian era. Pieces were created or purchased to honor the death of a loved one and mourn their passing.
Saving a piece of a passed loved ones hair was a common practice done by the surviving family members. Those who could afford to do so had the locks preserved in brooches and pendants like this one.