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From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928
From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928
From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928
From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928
From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928
From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928
From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928
From One to Another -  Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928

Story

Who loves a story wrapped in the folds of time? This Art Deco ring is engraved showing this was presented from one person to another and marking an important date.

The interior shows script initials, "H.K. to F.W. 5-25-28. Now it can continue its journey through time.

The navette or marquise shaped gemstone always exudes drama. This particular cut shows off the best characteristics of a fab 4.2 carat faceted aquamarine.

Its ethereal light blue hue is distinct yet subtle in its shading. Glittering and with fine clarity, this shape tends to elongate the finger.

The gorgeous filigree mounting of 14k white gold complements the icy hue of the gem with its cool neutral coloration. Tiny orange blossom flowers trail down the shoulders while the under gallery shows off swags of filigree work.

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Item 20770

From One to Another - Aquamarine Ring Dated 1928

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$1,145 USD

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Date: Circa 1930.

Measurements: Length of 3/4 inches and width of 3/8 inches and height of 1/4 inch. Weight of 3.2 grams.

Hallmarks: Parial 14k mark.

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: American.

Story

Who loves a story wrapped in the folds of time? This Art Deco ring is engraved showing this was presented from one person to another and marking an important date.

The interior shows script initials, "H.K. to F.W. 5-25-28. Now it can continue its journey through time.

The navette or marquise shaped gemstone always exudes drama. This particular cut shows off the best characteristics of a fab 4.2 carat faceted aquamarine.

Its ethereal light blue hue is distinct yet subtle in its shading. Glittering and with fine clarity, this shape tends to elongate the finger.

The gorgeous filigree mounting of 14k white gold complements the icy hue of the gem with its cool neutral coloration. Tiny orange blossom flowers trail down the shoulders while the under gallery shows off swags of filigree work.

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