This vintage, stylish ring can easily be worn by a man or a woman. It is 14K yellow gold, prong-set with five diamonds. The mounting is in the shape of a low-profile, polygon. Each side is between 8 and 9 mm wide. When worn, the four sides take the shape of a diamond. The length and width is 15mm in each direction. The center diamond is round, brilliant cut, and approximately 4 mm wide. At the front and back of the "Diamond" shape are two diamonds in each corner, each a single-cut diamond of approximately 2 mm width. The inside of the band is stamped "14K," and there is also a maker's mark, a wreath only partially visible with two unreadable initials in the center. The maker could not be identified. This ring is size 4.75. The condition is excellent. The unusual pierced and engraved design on the mounting reflects an Art Deco fashion. We estimate that it was made between 1930 and 1960. There are no dents, warps, initials, losses, or other problems. This ring weighs .1 ounce.
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