This is a vintage 10K yellow gold ring with a carved black cameo stone.The cameo is of a knight's head (reminds me of Don Quixote).
The ring is marked 10K inside (hard to see in the photo).The ring setting is a little bent on the side (see arrows). Even though the setting is bent the stone is not loose. The stone is about 11/16 inch long by 5/16 inch wide.
Total Weight 2.5 g or 1.6 dwtThe ring size looks to be about a 5
Vintage as-found condition; might need some cleaning/polishing and have some normal age ware.Because my items are vintage/used they may have some signs of use/wear and/or be in need of some cleaning or polishing. I have not tried to clean or do anything to the pieces. NO RESERVE!!
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