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Turn of the Century to Art Deco Opal and Old Mine Diamond Ring - Appraised $1800

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A turn of the century to Art Deco Opal Ring, with wonderful patchy, flashfire, with blue, green, and orange as the main colors.  The opal cabochon is surrounded by Old Mine Cut Diamonds, set into a wonderful detailed 14K Yellow Gold Ring.

This ring has been appraised by Ouellet & Lynch, an independent third party appraiser, for $1800, and comes with a written insurance replacement value appraisal.  Craig Lynch is a GIA Graduate Gemologist and a Certified Insurance Appraiser for Jewelry.

The opal dimensions are estimated at 6.55 by 6.56 mm, depth 3.4 mm, for an estimated carat weight of 0.85 (over three quarter carat).  There are no fractures in the opal, but does have light crazing on the underside.  As for the Old Mine Cut Diamonds, there are thirteen of them, ranging from 0.02 to 0.04 carat each, for an estimated diamond weight of 0.36 carat.  The clarity on the diamonds ranges from SI-I1 and color is estimated at H-I.  This Antique Opal Ring is a present anyone would be happy to receive.

For your enjoyment, all purchases ship gift wrapped.  We offer layaway with no fees and no interest.  Interested in a particular item, but need some time to pay, email us and we'll set up a payment plan for you.

Ring Size: US 6, British M, French 52.  This ring can be resized.

Stamped: None   Acid Test: 14K Gold.

Date: 1900-1930's.

Weight: 3.0 grams or 1.9 dwt

Caring for this Ring: Opals are like pearls.  They do not like prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures.

Note: We do not remove stones from their settings and therefor stone weights may vary.  We test all diamonds using the Gemlogis Ciel Diamond\Moissanite tester.