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Vintage 60s Rhinestone Ring w Emerald & Topaz Crystals Paved in Gold Setting

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This huge c.1960's Gold Topaz and Emerald Cocktail Ring is done in Art Deco style. It has two large Topaz Rhinestone Crystals with Emerald Crystals in between. The Topaz Crystals are on each side, top and bottom paved in to the layers of Gold bars that peak in the middle.

This old Ring is 0.75" across the top knuckle to knuckle. The band is adjustable and does taper down the side of the shank.

The c. 1960's Rhinestone Ring is in good vintage condition, there is some age related wear on the back inside and out side of the band.

Frequently asked questions about TheVintageBlingBox

Vintage Jewelry should never be immersed in water because of stones and materials used in the construction of said jewelry. Using a dry cloth to clean and polish jewelry is the best method. I use a microfibre cloth and it does amazingly well in dusting of and sparkling up these beautiful pieces. You can use a soft toothbrush to get in between the stones. Gently with the brush.

Keep jewelry in a dry place. Moisture is not your costume jewelry friend.

Bakelite pieces should be kept away from your other jewelry pieces. Store in a separate box.

Beaded necklaces should be stored flat instead of hung if you want to keep the waxed cord from stretching out.

I keep my gold-tone and silver-tone pieces separate also.

Vintage 60s Rhinestone Ring w Emerald & Topaz Crystals Paved in Gold Setting


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: rhinestone, glass crystals, gold tone plate
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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