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Art Deco Rose de France Amethyst Emerald Cut 9K Gold Cocktail Ring - Size 9

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Showy, sparkling pale amethyst cocktail ring set in solid 9K gold. Stone is very large- measures 9/16" by 5/16". Setting is raised, with a stepped Deco design. There is a thin opening between the bezel and the setting on all four sides that allows light through to the back, making the stone really sparkle. Ring is a smidge over a size 9 on my ring sizer. The band is fairly thick and could easily be sized larger or smaller if necessary. Band is hallmarked "9ct".

Band measures about 3/4" interior diameter. Setting measures 11/16" by 9/16" and rises about 5/16" from the band. Total weight is 6 grams.

Condition is good- there is some patina, wear, and a possible repair to the setting. The bezel holding the stone slopes slightly, but it is solidly attached, so it may be original to manufacture in order to tilt the stone forward. It's very subtle, but you can see it in the 4th photo above. There is also a tiny notch cut on the inside rear of the band, looks like someone tested the metal. This is also visible in the 4th photo. The stone has some wear to the edges of the facets, but reflects nicely. The stone is very clear, with no inclusions and very even color, so it is possible that it was lab created and not natural.

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Art Deco Rose de France Amethyst Emerald Cut 9K Gold Cocktail Ring - Size 9


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: solid gold, 9K, 375, gold, amethyst, yellow gold, low karat gold
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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