How's this for a juxtaposition of aesthetics? On one hand (or finger in this case), you've got this ring with the freeform random silver work of the Brutalist style of the 1950s to 1970s. On the other hand, atop the high maze-like flurry of silver, sits a white, lustrous, solitary, calming, genuine freshwater pearl. It's a fantastic look of contrast from the Modernist / Brutalist / anything goes era.
The ring is size 7.5 as shown but because it has a built-in gap, it is probably slightly adjustable for a size up or down.
The top of the ring measures about 3/4 inch across and 3/4 inch high (knuckle to knuckle). The height of the ring from the side is 5/8 inch. The ring weighs 7.6 grams.
We've left the original unpolished silver patina as found but feel free to polish it if you like. The ring is marked 925 on the outside of the band. Excellent vintage condition.
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