UCLA Class Ring (University of California, Los Angeles) Graduation Ring

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 24,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

UCLA Class Ring (University of California, Los Angeles)

Jostens 10K Size 12

Here's an opportunity to own a vintage UCLA graduation class ring from 1974 --If you desire, have an experienced jeweler perform a resizing or modification on the "precious" ring. It's a genuine Jostens 10K ring and has Beautiful detail not commonly found on today's graduation rings.

The ring is a large, Size 12 and has a good solid weight feel to it. It can be resized, perhaps leaving extra gold. The ring has a Blue Bruin's stone engraved in gold with a fraternity's name. The blue stone may be Sapphire, but I am not certain.

UCLA Grad Rings don't appear too often on eBay--I've planned on putting this ring on eBay for a while and I rarely see a UCLA class ring listed. Feel free to make me an offer. Don't let this ring get away, Thanks.

Payment is expected within 3 business days. Other payment methods may be accepted but the bidder (Positive Feedback) must first contact me first.

Shipping: Free with "Buy it Now" (or accepted offer) within the US. No PO Boxes. International bidders must contact me first. Pick up from the Los Angeles area may be available with Pre-paid Paypal & ID check. Contact me first.

Before You Bid: Carefully examine the photos and feel free to ask me questions. I am not a professional jeweler and I’ve done my best to describe the ring. Needless to say, this is an auction and there are No Returns, No Exchanges, or No Refunds and sold “As-Is.” Also, this Item will only be sold on the listings with absolutely no “side deals,” so please do not ask. I’ve been selling for a while and I stick to eBay rules— Thanks.

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