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This listing is reserved for Jenny.Do NOT purchase unless you are Jenny.

A common misconception amoung buyers is that gold is king,most beautiful and most precious.As Ive matured in my collecting and dealing Ive come to really prefer and respect the beauty of silver.More durable than gold and with just as much luster,silver was as popular and favored as gold back then.The Georgians favored silver for setting their precious diamonds.Chains,rings and bracelets held the same precious stones as precious gold.It wears better andcan look as good as white gold.
This stunning old ring is estimated to be circa 1920s-30s.The ornate setting has fancy prongs that hold a large genuine preban round coral.The color is amazing.a saturated peach know as salmon- a color preferred by victorians next to angels skin and soft peach.A hint of cream peeks here and there,the natural markings of the coral.Look very closely and you can see the grain and a couple tiny pits that vouch for its authenticity.
my best guess is that it is approx 9mm maybe even 10.MM measurements are extremely hard to get without a calipur.
Marked silver and approx a size 6 1/2 maybe a tad larger.Unfortunately chil birth has fattened my fingers or this would be mine!



  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: coral, silver
  • Only ships to United States from North Carolina, United States.
  • Feedback: 945 reviews
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