1970s Jade Cabochon Ring with Accent Diamond
Circa 1970. This fabulous Late-Midcentury 14KT gold ring features a 3.20-carat saddle cabochon-cut natural jadeite jade set into a bezel setting. The jade is accented with one old mine-cut diamond set into a four-prong setting. The diamond weighs .67 carats, with SI2 clarity and H color. The back of the jade is coated in epoxy. This ring has a nice heavy weight to it!
Appraised Value: $7,650
The ring measures 13.6mm at the top, rises 6.5mm above the finger, tapering to 6.6mm wide and 1.8mm thick at the base of the shank.
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