Wow! This 7.05 carat 1940's blue topaz ring is stunning, eye-catching, wondrous, and you will have a hard time pulling your eyes away from its stunning setting. If you are looking for a very special setting, look no farther. You will be asked if you inherited it and I'll never tell. Circa 1940's, this amazing ring is definitely one-of-a-kind. It would make a fabulous engagement ring if you like colored stones. I sell more and more colored stones to young couples. I hope you adore this ring as much as I do!
There is one prong set oval brilliant cut natural blue topaz, measuring 13.40 x 10.00 x 7.10mm, weighing approximately 7.05 carats, type I, medium light saturation, very slightly grayish, very slightly greenish blue color, eye clean, with a very good cut. The stone is set in a stamped & tested 14K yellow gold ring, meaning it has 58.3% fineness of pure gold. The setting has wonderful elaborate floral gold work and swirls of gold beneath the table of the ring and down the shoulders.
The ring sits up 3/16ths of an inch from the finger and completely fills up my large fingers. The ring measures 5/8ths of an inch from east to west and 7/8ths of an inch from top to bottom. The total piece weighs 9.04 grams. Ring size 6 1/2, the ring can be easily sized up or down by a good jeweler.