This stylish vintage ring embodies a mix of deco with traditional elegance! It is beautiful in its simplicity.
Taking the shape of a coil, which wraps playfully around the finger four times, the ring is made of solid 14 karat white gold, finished meticulously finished with a pattern of linear etching.
The etched finish is so delicate and fine that it gives the ring a matte-finished look.
A line of five, prong-set diamonds runs perpendicular to the coils, making them a delicate but outstanding centerpiece.
The interior of the ring is clearly stamped with three hallmarks, two of which read "14K" while the other is a trapezoidal shape containing the initials "CKG".
The hallmark CKG stands for Central Kalgoorlie Gold from Australia.
CKG started in the 1800's and still survives today. We date this ring to around 1980.
Central Kalgoorlie Gold mines produce some of the finest diamonds on the market.
In superb vintage condition, this unique ring is fabulously chic.
This will fit on a ring finger, but we also think that this would be a great statement pinky ring.
It has great style and a unique deco stylization.
The grouping of diamonds measures 14mm while the ring itself measures approximately 17mm tall.
This ring will fit a size 6 ½. The gram weight is 8.