A close up of this Rose de Sharon ring that's been getting so much love!
Rose de Sharon (or Rose of Sharon) in English first appears in Song of Songs in the Bible and scholars have long debated what flower the phrase was referring to. Some thought it was a tulip, others thought lily. In this case, tulips!
This one is also engraved on the inside with the name Emma. I adore pieces that have engraved names as it adds so much more history to the piece.
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