This vintage Scottish Rite ring has a bold, sleek design dating circa 1930's to 1940's! The ring displays a yellow gold double headed eagle atop the face of the band. The eagle is set against a black enameled ray like surface and bears a 5.8mm cubic zirconia in it's breast. The CZ has a diamond equivalent of 3/4 carats and adds nice sparkle to this piece. The eagle has a slightly brighter yellow hue, than does the yellow gold band, which has a richer golden color. Both sides of the band feature a black enameled triangle, one of which bears a yellow gold Yod symbol in it's center, while the other has a 32. The enameled details are in excellent condition as seen in the enlarged photographs. The black enamel has a rich, dark color and is fully intact. The shank of the band has a nice wide design and a smooth, polished finish. The ring is constructed with a solid back (save for the port behind the CZ) making it quite comfortable to wear. The inside of the band is marked with a 14k gold purity stamp, as well as a Berkey maker's mark.
This ring weighs 14 grams. The face measures 9/16" (14mm) tall, the table height of the ring is 3/16" (4.7mm) and the base of the shank measures 7/32" (5.6mm).
This ring is a size 8 1/2 and cannot be re-sized.
This ring has been professionally cleaned and is ready for immediate wear!
We guarantee this ring to be 14k gold as stamped. Please check out the enlarged pictures.