Sibyl Dunlop. An Arts and Crafts ecclesiastical ring made for Arthur Winnington-Ingham, Bishop of London from 1901-39. It is fashioned from various triangular amethysts set within pierced and foliate engraved millegrain mounts.
ECCLESIASTICAL Superb Arts & Crafts Ring Gold, enamel & amethyst Length: 2.2 cm Width: 2.5 cm (Length: 0.8 in) Monogram: ‘GB’ with a cross within a shield British. Circa 1910 One enamel panel restored Fitted case Literature: cf. Artists’ Jewellery, Pre-Raphaelite to Arts & Crafts
Citrine and Diamond Ecclesiastical Ring, bezel-set with an oval-cut citrine measuring approx. 19.40 x 14.40 x 10.55 mm, framed by old European-cut diamonds, approx. total diamond wt. 1.12 cts., the gallery pierced with Maltese Cross motifs, completed by an elaborate band with various Catholic symbols of a bishop, platinum-topped 18kt gold mount
Crossover rings are becoming more apparent today and this one of my favorites. Mark Silverstein Got it just right with this 18k white and rose gold triple band crossover, containing both pink and white diamonds. Just gorgeous and not too much of a splurge at $4.5k