Things were a little uptight in Victorian-era England. In public, young lovers had to pretend they were robots with no feelings. Society frowned on rowdy romantic proclamations and so couples found creative ways to communicate their passions to each other instead. One such method was the "Language of Flowers," a secret code made up entirely of floral arrangements. A bellflower, for example, meant "thinking of you," while a white clover said "I promise." Way more romantic that text messages.
You can still whisper to her in the "Language of Flowers," but nowadays you can do it in style. Skip the florist and make that big gesture with our Florios Glass-filled Ruby Ring. This Victorian-inspired blossom ring is crafted of fine .925 sterling with a band of gleaming silver and an explosion of pearls layered in 14K rose gold. Set high in the center is a remarkable, color-enhanced red ruby cabochon. Ravishing rubies are always the color of passion, but never more powerfully than here. The striking center stone is surrounded by brilliant lab-created DiamondAura® rounds. The fiery glow of the ruby mixed with the icy white of the DiamondAura make your intentions perfectly clear. Trust us, she'll get the message.