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Peaches & Cream - perfectly describes this Georgian citrine silver and 14k yellow gold ring.
A wonderful light yellow, peachy in color, citrine mounted in a silver collet setting leads the eye down the mount to 3 rose cut diamonds on either side - also mounted in silver that sits just above a 14k yellow gold shank that is delicately detailed. Please note that the base of the shank was reenforced due to the wear on the ring from being previously loved.
The mound measures 5/8" across one's finger's with the citrine measuring 3/8" long by 1/4" wide. This ring looks stunning worn alone or layered with other rings. And is a wonderful example of Georgian craftsmanship. Please note that ring is closed back and should not be exposed to water or cleaning agents since it can effect/darken the foil beyond the citrine.
US ring size 8 1/4. 3.5 grams (2.3 dwt). The ring is in wonderful condition with not chips to the stones. Please note that there is some wear to the metal, which would be expected due to the age of the ring. Ring is not hallmarked, but testes both 14 karat and silver. The reenforced band does not deter from this ring's beauty.
Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Citrine, Silver & Yellow Gold, Size: US Ring Size 8 1/4
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Georgian Citrine Diamond Gold & Silver Ring
$1,795 USD SOLD