Sale - Genuine Aquamarine Ring - Estate 18k White Gold Diamond & Blue Gemstone 1.28 Carat - Vintage Size 6 1/2 March Engagement Fine Jewelry
Breath-taking estate 18k white gold genuine aquamarine and diamond ring! This beauty showcases a genuine aquamarine gemstone which weighs an estimated 1.28 carats, is fancy square cut, a pretty medium light blue, and is secured by four prongs. There are four sparkly genuine diamond accents, set in marquise shaped white gold plaques. Ornate raised scrolling metal work adorns the ring's under gallery. This ring would make a special "just because" or a unique alternative engagement ring. Outstanding and luxurious piece of fine vintage jewelry featuring March's birthstone! *Sale - price reduced from $995 USD to $875 USD.
ERA - Circa 1990s, Modern Estate
METAL / MATERIAL - 18k white gold, 1 genuine aquamarine gemstone (Approx. 1.28 carats), 4 genuine diamonds (estimated VVS1 - VVS2 clarity, near colorless, .04 cts total diamond weight)
MARKINGS / HISTORY - Inside of band marked 750 for 18k purity gold with the letter S within an oval, within a box and the number 47420
CONDITION - Good vintage condition. Piece has been professionally cleaned and lightly polished. Details and designs have been beautifully preserved. A phenomenal estate ring, which is even more gorgeous in person!
SIZE / MEASUREMENTS - Size: 6 1/2, Aquamarine: Approximately 7.33 x 7.06 x 3.93 [D] mm, Ring head (including raised diamond plaques): 13.13 x 13.85 mm, Shank: tapers to 2.5 mm, Weight: 5.81 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. Last photo includes other rings from our shop, for scale and reference. This listing is for just one ring, as described and depicted in all other photos.
AUTHENTICITY - Each item in our shop has been hand-selected and inspected by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.