Story

What was old is once again new…onyx was a popular gemstone when Victoria was Queen as well as during the Jazz Age and now the black stone is hitting the top of the 21st century jewelry charts.

In an age of vibrant color, black has always defined sophistication and elegance. No exception to that statement, this early 20th century ring features a strikingly large oval of black onyx with a burnished sheen. A soft rose gold mount of 14k is well suited to the inky black stone. Classically inspired shoulders join with a sensuously curved under gallery to create an understated yet sumptuous jewel for the finger.

Item 12495

Early 20th c. Large Onyx Ring

Only One Available

SOLD
Guarantee & Authenticity

COMPLETE MONEY BACK NO-RISK GUARANTEE

Notification within (3) days of receipt for a full refund

Refunds processed THE SAME DAY as received

Free Return Shipping

Gift giving? Engagement? Ask about longer return periods.

Visit Guarantee or Returns

SHIPPING

Same day shipping. Order by 1 pm CT, M-F for most

Free – 2 day delivery, fully insured

More info at Shipping

TESTING

Gemologist on staff

Full gemological laboratory on site

All gemstones and diamonds are thoroughly tested

All precious metals are tested

THE FINE PRINT

Due to the nature of antique & vintage jewelry, many diamond and gemstone weights are calculated by measurements, not removed. Actual weights are noted in the item’s description. Grading of diamonds and gemstones may vary slightly when removed.

HONESTY

Being as honest as possible about the items we represent for sale is our ultimate goal! Our pricing is industry recognized as fair and equitable with value as the byword.


Measurements: 7/8 of an inch (2.2 cm) in length and the onyx is 5/8 of an inch (1.5 cm) in width. Weight of 4.8 grams (3.0 dwt).

Ring Size: US 4-3/4 (UK I-1/2; Euro 15.5 49 mm) and can be easily sized. Ring sizing information.

Hallmarks: Unidentified mark.

Condition: Excellent.

Date: Circa 1920.

Story

What was old is once again new…onyx was a popular gemstone when Victoria was Queen as well as during the Jazz Age and now the black stone is hitting the top of the 21st century jewelry charts.

In an age of vibrant color, black has always defined sophistication and elegance. No exception to that statement, this early 20th century ring features a strikingly large oval of black onyx with a burnished sheen. A soft rose gold mount of 14k is well suited to the inky black stone. Classically inspired shoulders join with a sensuously curved under gallery to create an understated yet sumptuous jewel for the finger.

Some Items You Might Like

/
Victorian MIZPAH Ring Dated 1882
$1,125 USD Marked Down! $995 USD