Art Deco Russian Petite 14kt Emerald Diamond Cluster Ring
A beautiful emerald and diamond ring from the early Art Deco era! This ring is of Russian origin, and has a petite and feminine design crafted in 14kt gold. At the center is a luscious emerald cabochon, which is surrounded by a border of delicate old mine cut diamonds, forming a sparkling halo! All of the stones are prong set above a smooth and simple gold band. Stamped on the outside of the shank are two Russian hallmarks, which include the initials "SE" and a small symbol beside the number "56" (indicating that the piece was made between 1908-1926). Engraved inside the shank are the initials "E.E.P." Beautiful and delicate, this charming design would make a wonderful vintage accessory or a unique gemstone engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 7, but could be easily resized up or down as desired. The emerald and diamond centerpiece measures 3/8" tall, 5/16" wide, and rests approximately 1/4" high. The band measures 2mm wide.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold setting. The emerald and diamonds are intact and securely set.