Throughout history, pearls have been one of the most coveted of all gemstones. In the centuries upon centuries before the invention of the cultured pearl, these organic gemstones were extraordinarily rare and highly prized. In the Georgian period, a strand of pearls of matched color and size could command a greater price than jewels set with diamonds, rubies, or emeralds. Pearls were included in European sumptuary laws and there were strict regulations as to who was allowed to wear them. This Edwardian era ring was made at a more egalitarian time in history and could have been worn by anyone who could afford to buy it. It's made in 18k yellow gold and features three split pearls with navy blue enamel and rose cut diamond accents.