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I have never seen another ring built like this one. This ring has a rectangular cut synthetic purple/pink stone that measures 12 x 10 mm. The ring has flat sides with buds at the edges near the stone. The interesting thing about this ring is the way the stone was set. The stone sits underneath a bezel that is smooth and there are screws that screw in from the bottom to act like prongs and hold in the stone. It seems like it was designed to be able to change the stone out.

There are 2 of the original screws still on the ring, both on the same side. The other side of the stone is missing one screw and there is an actual gold prong that has been soldered in place of the other missing screw. The top bezel on the stone has worn through on two of the corners, but the ring is still very wearable.

The inside of the ring is stamped VARI-GE and the M has been polished out from sizing. The other side of the shank is stamped PAT'D 10K. The ring weighs 5.3 grams and is a size 6.

Vari-Gem Synthetic Purple Stone Ring


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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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