We imagine this sweet ring perched on the finger of a lady who intently watched the world evolve 100 years ago. And what better moment to give it a second life than now, a time where we are undoubtedly amidst another cultural and spiritual awakening. Approximately .9 carats of twinkly old diamonds are framed by milgrain, a characteristic of much of the jewelry that came out of the Edwardian Era. It is made of platinum-topped gold, which is the way they did things back in those days, all by hand of course. Nothing on this ring is devoid of detail.