"Never interrupt someone doing something you said couldn’t be done." - Amelia Earhart, who needs no introduction
14k white gold
currently a size 5.75
In 1932, Radio City Music Hall opened in midtown Manhattan, Al Capone was convicted of tax evasion, Charles Lindbergh's baby was kidnapped, and Amelia Earhart completed the first transatlantic flight by a woman. Oh, also this ring was made! Gorgeous filigree shoulders are crafted out of white gold and house a octagonal black onyx. "1932" in big bold white gold letters and a sweet single cut diamond sit across the table. Classically Art Deco and a little slice of history.
*Both diamond and date have slight movement due to construction of the ring. Checked and secured by a professional jeweler.