Tourmaline filigree ring, 1930's.

I'm a little biased about this ring because I happen to own one of a similar design, but with an onyx. When I wear that ring I usually end up spending half the day staring at it, because it's so beautiful. I wear it frequently. And yes, I often trip over things.

This ring is set with a gorgeous, richly green tourmaline. The ring itself is made of white gold, formed into stunningly intricate filigree. I'm completely charmed by it - the color, the filigree, the low profile. It's bold and understated at the same time. I think you could wear this with jeans and a blouse to get drinks after work or for formal occasions.

If you also would like to trip over things as you stare at your jewelry, this beauty is currently for sale at Lang Antiques. All photos and info are thanks to Lang.

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