Blue Topaz + Diamonds

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What a statement ring!  This vintage filigree ring is at least 80 years old - but in impeccable condition.

Your eyes will be swimming in the mesmerizing Caribbean blue topaz in the center.  It's so gemmy.  It measures 11 x 9mm, by formula should weigh 4.60ct +/-.  

The blue topaz is centered in the most beautiful filigree work that you'll probably ever see.   It is intricate and lacy.  The top is complete with hand applied milgrain details and set with (20) small round rose cut diamonds, adding a touch of sparkle to the filigree metal.

Take a look at the sides of the shank.   Do you see the hand pierced floral design?  It is hand chased and brite cut, which makes the design pop.  You do not see this level of hand fabrication in modern rings.  It is a lost art, and those that can do it charged a lot as it is very time consuming!

You'll not see another one like this fabulous cocktail ring.  So if you love it, you better snag it soon.

Speaking of cocktail rings, do you know the origin of this type of ring? 

These are generally large attention-grabbing rings that were typically worn at cocktail parties and other social events.  Eye catching and bold.  This style emerged during the Prohibition era in the U.S. during the 1920s and 1930s, when illegal cocktail parties were in vogue.  Women wore these extravagant rings as a symbol of rebellion, and to fluant their fashionable independence.   Fun fact, right? 

Stone: Blue Topaz 11 x 9mm / 4.6ct Diamonds: (2) Rose Cuts = .16ctw Metal: 14K White Gold Finger Size: 8.0 Circa: 1930s :

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