This is an exceptional ring dating to the Art Deco period; circa 1920. It is not hallmarked, but has been carefully acid tested at 14 karat gold. It contains an emerald cut synthetic spinel stone.
The central spinel stone is synthetic, as was all the rage during this decade. It is approximately a 10 carat rectangular emerald cut size and has many facets. The color is a lovely blueish violet. Surrounding the bezel set stone is a white gold border with an applied yellow and rose gold floral design. The shank of the ring is white gold with fabulous open filigree work.
The central portion of the ring is square, measuring 5/8" north to south and east to west. The ring is currently a size 5 1/4, but can easily be re-sized by your jeweler.
The ring weighs 5.1 grams and is in fine vintage condition.
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