A real show stopper with it's Architectural design, this vintage ring will certainly get you noticed.
Very well made in Gold over Sterling (Vermeil) it features a horizontally set emerald cut London Blue Topaz at the center.
Setting curves up to the sides and a line of square cut Ruby is set on each side.
There are three small clear Topaz stones on each of the sides on setting.
Overall setting measurements are approximately 3/4" East West and 1/2" North South.
The table (flat center) on the London Blue Topaz reaches 5/16" high, approximately.
Blue Topaz is estimated at 1.44 ct.
Total Ruby content is estimated at 0.04 ct each. There are 10 Ruby stones for a total of 0.40 ct.
Overall estimated carat weight is 1.84 ct.
It is very likely that the stones are lab created.
Ring is size 6 to 6.25 US, very well made, looks like Karat Gold. Gilding is very thick.
Marked by the maker, we have not been able to identify the mark.
Also marked 925 and F inside a circle.
In excellent condition, looks unworn.
Estimated to date from the 1940's.
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Our model's hand is approximately 5" wide or 12 cm as seen in this image:
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