Aquamarine diamond and white gold solitaire cocktail ring circa 1950.
ABOUT THIS ITEM: #R-DJ71A. Scroll down for specifications. In true mid-Twentieth Century fashion, this fabulous aquamarine and diamond cocktail ring showcases a large emerald-cut aquamarine flanked by two small diamonds. The best part, though, is that despite any nostalgia for the good old days, this ring fits right into the glamorous ways and fashion of the twenty-first century. It is very, very cool. Aquamarine is the birthstone for the month of March and it symbolizes hope, youth, and health.
CENTER GEMSTONE: one emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 15.80 carats.
DIAMONDS: two round brilliant-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.10 carat.
METAL: 14-karat white gold.
WEIGHT: 11.6 grams.
RING SIZE: approximately 5 plus, can be sized.
MEASUREMENTS: approximately ¾” (19 mm) wide vertical to the fingernail and ¾” (19 mm) wide across the finger.
CONDITION: high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and that the item is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.
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