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Attractive and impressive on the finger this vintage 14ct rose gold ring was manufactured in Russia between 1958-1994 and is hallmarked as such.
Centring an oval Lapis Lazuli cabochon, bezel set to a millegrain setting to an openwork patterned frame.
Ornate and chased shoulders flow to flat comfortable shank.
Russian gold was known (and can be still) as ‘red’ gold which simply is a term for rose gold, however the ration of copper used in Russian gold is higher and this gives the gold a beautiful rich hue hence the term ‘red’ gold.
Weighting a substantial 6.33 grams this warm hued ring with its pop of blue is lovely on the finger.
Lapis measures 17mm a 9.6mm
2.2cm x 1.5cm
The main hallmark with the core image of the Soviet star with the hammer and sickle, and the numerical gold fineness as 583.
Associated makers marks and town marks we cannot decipher
We believe the numeral ‘7’ indicated manufacture in 1977
O 1/2 or 17.7mm US 7 1/2
Very good pre-owned condition. No thinning to shank, gold is a lovely rich rose/pink gold hue. Lapis Lazuli shows no cracks or chips, slight dulling only.
Lovely warm and impressive ring.Purchase Summary
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