As if perched above a 14 karat yellow gold band is a charming winged bug made of sterling silver, citrines, pearls and a ruby. The bug dates to the 1900’s and is delicately made with superb craftsmanship. The citrines have a lovely honey color and the multi-faceted cuts add brilliance to the body. There are two citrines, one oval and one round; the two citrines measure 9 x 6.5 mm and 4 x 4mm respectively. The sterling silver wings have two added detail seed pearls on each side, adding a decorative touch to the bug. The vibrant ruby for the bug’s head measures 1mm round. The bug measures 3/4 of an inch with a wing span of 1 inch.
The band is a 7-1/2 ring size, but can be easily sized by your jeweler. The interior of the band is marked with the maker as well as 14KT gold. This ring is beautifully preserved, inspired by nature and a fine example from the Art Nouveau era. With only a band conversion, this piece remains a remarkable original piece. Weighs 2.8 grams.