J.R. Wood & Sons Lapis Cabochon Ring
Made by the New York and San Francisco firm J.R. Wood & Sons, this streamlined late Art Deco ring dating from the 1930s is set with a lapis cabochon in bi-color gold. The elongated lapis sugarloaf cabochon is edged by an arched rose gold border, and flanked by reverse-curved yellow gold shoulders. Cleverly referencing artistic elements from architecture to create a streamlined, sleek form for the rich blue lapis cabochon, this ring is at once modern vintage and fully contemporary in its appeal.
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- Curator's Notes
Item #: R-19876
Artist: J.R. Wood & Sons, New York
Country: United States
Size: 10.5 (this ring may be resized, please contact us for further information)
Materials: Rectangular elongated lapis sugarloaf cabochon; 14K Rose and yellow gold
Signed: "14K WOOD" and "W"
Literature: According to Dorothy T. Rainwater’s book, American Jewelry Manufacturers, the J.R. Wood Company was established in 1850