Created Spinel Ring - Art Deco Era 10k White Gold Green 3.66 CT Created Spinel Stone - Vintage 1930s Size 6.5 Ostby Barton 30s Fine Jewelry
Gorgeous vintage 10k white gold 1930s Art Deco Era ring featuring a created spinel! The pale green hued stone is rectangular cut, beautifully faceted, and securely prong set. The synthetic stone weighs an estimated 3.66 carats. The ring contains an ornate geometric setting with pretty architectural designs. A timeless piece of fine jewelry with one of August's birthstones, by Ostby & Barton!
ERA - Circa 1930s / Art Deco
METAL / MATERIAL - 10k white gold, 1 created spinel stone (approx. 3.66 CT, contains essentially the same chemical composition & properties as its natural counterpart, but created by man).
MARKINGS / HISTORY - Inside of band is marked "10k OB" along with a Maltese cross for Ostby & Barton. Ostby (Co-owner of Ostby & Barton) was a first class passenger on the Titanic & was among one of the 1,500 passengers who perished during the tragic iceberg collision. The company was established in 1879 in Providence, Rhode Island. At its time, it was considered one of the leading producers of fine jewelry. The company ceased production in the 1950s. Ostby & Barton jewelry is highly desired by collectors of fine antique jewelry for its beautiful workmanship & historical significance.
CONDITION - Good vintage condition. Piece has been professionally cleaned. Stone is secure in setting and has age consistent wear (light abrasion). A gorgeous piece of fine Art Deco era jewelry!
SIZE / MEASUREMENTS - Size: 6.5, Ring Head Height: 12.6 mm, Rise Of Ring Off Finger: approx. 4.7 mm, Shank: tapers to 1.9 mm, Created Spinel: 9.84 x 8 x [D] 4.93 mm, Weight: 2.24 grams
(Ring can be resized within reason by our local jeweler or likely yours. 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