Vintage 14k Yellow Gold Coral Ring


14k Yellow Gold
11.5 grams

A glossy and bright vintage 14k yellow gold coral ring. The cabochon coral is bezel set that makes the coral pop. Its vivid color and silky smooth texture, along with a simple polished gold shank, create a beautiful piece.
This coral cabochon ring is perfect fit for summer — or for any season when you want to add those summer vibes.

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    About Coral Jewelry

    Once considered as a plant, coral acquired the nickname “garden of the sea”. In fact, coral is a branch forming microscopic species called the coral polyp. It grows in the ocean and forms massive colonies.

    In different cultures wearing coral has different meanings. In Slavic countries coral beads were a part of the national costumes. The ancient Romans believed coral protected their kids from danger. Same in Italy, where in the beginning of 20th century coral jewelry was believed to be an anti-evil eye protection. Today coral is worn as a chic accessory with meaning and admired for its exceptional natural beauty. The silky texture and a variety of colors attract jewelry lovers all over the world. 

    The value of vintage coral jewelry appreciates over time. Some coral jewels have historical or cultural significance, making it more desirable to collectors. Coral is beloved by the movie stars due to its bright and vibrant colors. Once worn for the red-carpet event, coral jewelry comes back to fashion. As you can see here, among our coral pieces we have truly intricate ones. The skill and artistry involved in creating these pieces also add to their value.

    Coral value is also based on size, cut, color and polish. Generally, there is red coral, light and deep pink coral, and orange coral. Other colors such as brown, gold and even blue are more exotic. They are shown in conchiolin corals that grow not as branches but as concentric circles.  

    Mediterranean red coral is the most valuable due to its deep red color. It is harvested as deep as 200 meters in the sea. If you are looking for a classic Italian Cornicello color, then Mediterranean is your choice.
    Pink coral is dense and covers the whole spectrum of hues, from close-to-white, pale pink to salmon red. It is mostly found near Japan. Due to its glassy, hard texture, pink coral is great for engraving.

    Black coral is not truly black but rather very dark brown or nearly black. It is often polished to a high shine and can create striking, dramatic jewelry pieces.

    Blue coral, also known as “Heliopora,” is a rare type of coral with a blue to blue-green coloration. It is used less frequently in jewelry but can be quite unique.

    Which finger should you wear your ring on?

    Wearing rings on different fingers has been associated with various meanings across different cultures. While these meanings can vary widely depending on a context and personal interpretations, here are some common associations.

    1. Thumb

    In general, thumb means strength and is used to express willpower. Rings worn on the thumb are often seen as a symbol of authority. In some cultures, it can represent wealth and status. A ring on the thumb may also symbolize independence and self-reliance.

    2. Index Finger 

    The index finger is associated with leadership and ambition. Rings worn on this finger can signify confidence and a desire for control. In some cultures, a ring on the index finger may also symbolize power and direction.

    3. Middle Finger

    The middle finger is typically the longest finger, making it a focal point for rings. While wearing a ring on this finger may not have specific traditional meanings, it can symbolize balance and stability. Some people choose to wear statement or cocktail rings on the middle finger to draw attention and make a bold statement.

    4. Ring Finger

    In most Western cultures, the ring finger also known as the “wedding finger,” is traditionally reserved for wedding bands and engagement rings. This finger has a symbolic significance associated with commitment and partnership. In some cultures, the ring finger is believed to have a vein directly connected to the heart, reinforcing the romantic symbolism of rings worn on this finger.

    5. Little Finger (pinky)

    Rings worn on the little finger are often associated with style, sophistication, and self-expression. Additionally, wearing a signet ring on the pinky has historically been a symbol of family heritage.

    It’s important to mention that these connotations are by any means not universal. Ultimately, the significance of wearing a ring on a particular finger is subjective and can hold different meanings for different people.