A bombe shaped ring to accompany the Mazurka bangle, with energetic, asymmetric openwork traceries of dancing diamond threads, and accents of single stone diamonds, curling up to the crescendo of a superb centre stone. The Mazurka, an early Polish folk dance, made famous in the 19th century by Chopin, was fashionable in St. Petersburg social circles. Interpreted by Russian composers Glinka and Tchaikovsky, the lively dance featured prominently in great Russian novels such as Anna Karenina.
This piece is set in Platinum and features round white diamonds.
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