This heavy handmade 14 KT Gold ring has 2 nested turquoise cabochons and one lapis prong set in a modernist 1960's setting. Nine diamonds are sprinkled across the ring for good measure. The way the explosive aquatic design cleverly cradles the stones is certain to grab attention. This ring is perfect for someone who is not afraid to make a statement. Ring weighs a hefty 21.3 grams and the band is 4mm at the narrowest. Size is right between 6.5 and 6.75. Stamped clearly 14K. This ring comes boxed.
Condition is very good vintage. Someone cherished this piece. No noted condition issues. Because it has so much gold, the ring is really solid and high quality.
Sizing might be available on this ring (it would disrupt the pattern at the back if you are sizing up). It takes 1-2 weeks and I can provide an estimate based on the needed change. Convo for details.
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