Sale - Created Ruby Ring - Vintage Art Deco 10k White Gold Conversion - Antique 1920s Era Size 6 1/4 Pink Red July Birthstone Fine Jewelry

$245.00

Description

Stylish antique Art Deco Era 10k white gold created ruby stick pin conversion ring, circa 1920s! This pretty piece showcases a created ruby center, which is round faceted cut and set in a triangular shaped filigree ring head. The created ruby is a pinkish red, estimated .27 carats, and is securely bezel set. This beautiful ring was originally an antique stick pin which our jeweler modernized into a ring, by wrapping its original pin into its band. A gorgeous piece of fine Art Deco era jewelry, featuring July's birthstone color! *Sale - price reduced from $310 USD to $245 USD.

ERA - 1920s / Art Deco

METAL / MATERIAL - 10k white gold, 1 created ruby (estimated 0.27 carats)

MARKINGS / HISTORY - Inside of band stamped 10k and contains the maker's mark of a letter G within a circle for William C. Greene & Co. The firm was founded in 1849 as Mathewson & Greene and was based in Providence, Rhode Island. In 1910, the company was succeeded by Edgar M. Docherty.

CONDITION - Good antique condition. Ring has been professionally cleaned & lightly polished. Details have been beautifully preserved. Amazing antique created ruby ring!

SIZE / MEASUREMENTS - Size: 6 1/4, Ring Head Height: 13.96 mm, Shank: .82 mm, Created Ruby: 3.75 x 2.64 mm, Weight: .82 grams

(Ring can be resized within reason by our jeweler or likely your local jeweler. Please contact us prior to purchasing if you are interested in our jeweler's resizing services.)

PRESENTATION - Listing includes a complimentary MJV logo gift box, as shown in last photo. All other boxes are for display only.

AUTHENTICITY - Each item in our shop has been hand-selected and inspected by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.

CARE TIP: Please enjoy wearing this antique piece with extra care and consideration of its dainty band. To preserve this antique ring, we advise to remove prior to hand washing, sleeping, and any strenuous activity.

LMH