Vintage 1960's 14K Yellow Gold, Natural Black Star Sapphire, and Natural Diamond Ring. This 14K ring has a bezel set natural black star sapphire of 3.75 carats and four round brilliant cut diamonds with combined total weight of .10 CT TW (as estimated by measurement). The ring has a raised gallery and a plain shank.
ERA: Mid Century, 1960s
Metal/Materials: 14K Yellow Gold, Natural Black Star Sapphire, Natural Diamond
Hallmark: 14K 585
Condition: Very good vintage condition, with no damage noted
Head Size: Ring measures 9.91 mm north-south by 14 mm wide east-west at the head and measures 2.9 mm wide on the shank at the reverse.
Weight : 3.8 grams in total
Ring Size: 7 1/4
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Oct 13, 2019
This is an extremely handsome ring, no kidding. I was a bit dubious, both because of its very reasonable price and the fact that the sapphire had a matte look in the photograph that, now I know belies it's true beauty, but wasn't sure beforehand.. I "talked" (texted) with Jeanne, the owner of this lovely shop, and she reassured me that they hadn't been able to capture the stone's naturally gleaming surface, because they hadn't been able to get the lighting just right. I am SO glad I went ahead and bought this beautiful, comfortable ring. Thank you Jeanne, for your honesty and concern, and thank you for the speedy delivery and the nice ring box you provided. I could not be happier with my purchase and would confidently recommend Heirloom Finds Jewelry to anyone who appreciates beautiful things. Kudos!