Russia Circa 1950, 14 g, in very good condition
|Material Fineness:||14 ct.|
|Main Stone:||Lapis lazuli|
|Weight Main Stone (in carat):||1,1 Ct|
|Total Weight (in g):||14 grammi|
|Condition:||Good condition - used with some signs of wear|
Beautiful, elegant ring in 585/1000 yellow gold, 14 g, with lapis lazuli in the centre and diamonds and onyx as accent stones. Weight of treated diamond: 2.75 ct, and lapis lazuli, approx. 1.1 ct. In the photos, there is also the IGL valuation invoice that will be sent with the ring.
This ring is likely to be from the Fabergè collection, but we have been unable to prove this.
Origin: Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Material: 585/1000 yellow gold.
Total weight: 14 g.
Period: circa 1950.
Size: 20 (EU).
Main stone: lapis lazuli.
Weight of main stone: 1.1 ct.
Accent stones: diamonds treated to enhance their appearance.
Weight: 2.75 ct.
Secondary stone: onyx.
Weight: 3 ct.
Condition: very good, with few signs of wear.
Shipping: it will be packaged in its original luxury box and sent via registered mail with tracking number.
|Member since:||April 18, 2017|
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|Rest of Europe||$19.91|
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