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Vintage Filigree Amethyst Solitaire

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A lovely solitaire ring that exudes vintage elegance. The purple amethyst center stone is set in a decorative bezel setting. Intricate filigree covers the top half of the ring, with some engraved accents on the shank. This ring is just the thing to wear for an evening out, or every day.

Additional information

Basic Details

Style #
4.1 g
14k White Gold?
Jewelry Type
Jewelry Style
Artistic and Vintage
Appraises For

Main Gemstone

6.00 cts.?
Amethyst ?
Purple ?
Emerald Cut
Eye Clean ?
Light scratches on culet and underside of stone. Stone Dimensions: 13.6 x 10.1mm
* All weights and measurements are approximations. If you're curious, you can read more about precision in jewelry measurements.
† Expected shipping dates are estimated, and unforseen complications may arise. We will contact you as soon as possible if we believe we will be unable to meet the expected date.


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