Brilliantly styled, this exquisite, Etruscan influenced 14K gold cigar band ring is a sure fire, attention garnering conversation piece with its captivating integration of black enamel accented pierce work, faux granulation, twisted rope finished edges, and stunning natural white precious opal. The opal cabochon is prong set with small, multi-hued play-of-color flashes (red being the predominating color) in a pinfire pattern. A truly marvelous juxtaposition of sublime and chic. With such an exquisite amalgamation of varied texture and design, this ring is the perfect accessory for those seeking to combine a bit of eclectic intrigue with their vainglorious vogue style.
Composition: 14K yellow gold and a 10x6x2mm natural white precious opal cabochon.
Marks: '14K' stamped on cartouche located in the interior of the band; undecipherable maker's mark on alternate cartouche located on the opposing side of the band interior.
Period: Circa 1960s.
Weight: 5.8 grams.
Condition: Near mint.
Size: 5 1/2" with a band width tapering from 17mm in the front to 7mm in the back.
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