I would say Sea shell type/patriot red white blue, Ruby, Diamond, Sapphire, cultured pearl ring. The information I found on Murata Pearls was a company in San Diego Ca, and started in the 1950s by a Japanese Co. whom made cultured pearls, and apparently they sold pearls to possibly gift stores in San Diego Ca at Seaworld, the marks on the inside of the box tells the story.
The ring was taken to my local gemologist and tested 14k yellow gold, unmarked, the rubies, sapphires, and diamonds, ARE NOT lab created but genuine gemstones. Gemologist did say the stones were native made/ hand made Native cut stones are often cut to maximize the weight of the stone, therefore the stones have more weight at the table and would cost more. As we know San Diego Seaworld opend in 1964. Gemologist said the pearl is a cultured pearl and has beautiful luster also made a comment about the construction of the ring and said someone did a fantastic job making this ring Well done construction and unique and hard to make.
The ring weight is 13. grams of with the stones. Cultured pearl measures 1/4" side to side, Ring size is 8.5 ring comes with the original box from Seaworld, Box did have a cloth layer over top and bottom but is missing.
Circa Mid 1960's to late 1960's. Nice collectors ring from the first Seaworld in the USA in San Diego Ca.
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