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Charlyn Jewels

Circa 1970s Vintage 14 Karat White Gold 0.26 Carat Diamond X Ring with Florentine Finish Size 6 1/2

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$485.00 USD
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$485.00 USD

Circa 1970s vintage 14 karat white gold diamond ring with an X design and a florentine finish. Featuring five (5) prong set natural round diamonds that weigh approximately 0.26 carats total. The ring comes in a size 6 1/2 and measures at its widest and tapers down to 4mm. This vintage beauty is in very good condition with an excellent florentine finish!

Vintage Pre-Loved

Condition: Very good/excellent

Metal: 14 karat white gold (hallmark has worn off due to age, metal has been professionally tested for purity)

Diamonds: Natural round brilliant cut qty: (1) 0.10ct. SI2/I, Round single cut qty: (4) 0.16ctw SI1-I2/H-I (one single cut diamond has a natural inclusion that reaches the surfaces only visible under magnification) 

Size: 6 1/2

Width: 7.1mm-4mm

Weight: 4.3 grams

All vintage, estate, and antique items are sold as is, in pre-loved condition, and have been thoroughly cleaned and tested for authenticity using professional equipment by a GIA Graduate Gemologist. Most vintage jewelry lovers will agree that “imperfections” exist and give the jewelry piece a story adding a bit of character. The Grading of all gemstones and diamonds is done as setting permits, and all weights are approximate unless stated otherwise. By purchasing pre-loved vintage jewelry from Charlyn Jewels buyers agree to these terms. All sales are final, specific details of the jewelry piece’s condition will be included in the description; I am more than happy to send more pictures upon request.

Natural gemstones may have inclusions that are visible to the naked eye. These are not defects, they are simply part of their nature, and that is what makes them special and unique! Colored stones and some colored diamonds are more than likely to be treated to enhance color unless stated otherwise. All gemstones are graded and tested by a GIA graduate gemologist.