Moretti adriatic series contrarié ring in 18 kt yellow gold baked enamel rubies. Baked enamel is resistant to fresh or salt water, perfumes and solvents. The technique of this enamelling is very complex and requires a lot of technical skill; the enamel is basically a glassy paste fused into the jewel that will make it unique and durable over time.
Price on request – Sometimes we publish jewellery on the site that is only available to order; often photos and details of the jewellery you see are published as a historical reference of our 50+ years of activity for future orders. We almost always do not publish prices due to the ever-changing costs of precious metals and stones; you can ask us if the jewellery you have seen is available and we will reply in a short time for an estimate. To request information use the “send a request for this product” button, call 041 5287549 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – Whatsapp +39 3299 14 35 98 – A brief history, where did the Adriatic Moorish jewel originate? This type of moor seems to have originated in the Near East, worn by women on their ears. The continuous contacts of seafarers with eastern lands for their trade contributed to introduce, even in Rijeka, and later in Venice, the Moorish-headed earrings. It probably happened before Rijeka was settled in Rijeka, after more or less bloody battles, the Venetian Republic (May 1508). The Moors, like the ones reproduced here, had the shape of the Moor’s head with a Muslim turban, in gold and enamel, and soon conquered the entire coast of Dalmatia. It was only later that the crescent moon and star, referring to the rule of the Turks, was applied to some models. Today, workshops that make them are very rare.