A lovely gold ring that tests as better than 10K. This ring has 4 canary yellow tourmalines in prong settings flanking a row of 4 natural lustrous pearls. Shanks of the ring are nicely carved and hand chased. A faint jeweler's mark for 'HB' inside the band. Just spectacular. Band is 1.5 mm at the narrowest point. Condition is excellent. One prong missing from one tourmaline, but all stones are secure. Weight is 2.4 grams. Band is 2 mm at the narrowest.
Currently a size 6 1/8. Sizing is available on this ring. It takes 1-2 weeks and typically costs $30-$50 to go up or down a couple of sizes. If you make a large change to a ring going up in size, price is more (for example a 6.5 to a 13.5 in a wide man's ring is $150). Convo to make arrangements.
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