This Victorian era ring has a 9mm light lemon yellow facetted solitaire center prong-set which we believe to be glass. The gold has been tested by a jeweler for 14K and acid-tested by us for 14K and has a rosy hue. The ring is a size 7.75 and weighs 2.9 grams. There are some chips to the facets of the solitaire - harder to see. There are a couple of v-shaped snipped nicks out of the gold (I'm assuming that someone did this to test at some time)- one is at the back of the band and the other at one front side where it goes into the mount. One of the "petals" of the mount has a damaged tip. Even with the damage thus stated, this still is a ring that bears its flaws with grace as it looks nice on!