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Victorian Turquoise Ring in 14k Gold

Victorian Turquoise Ring in 14k Gold


Here is a beautiful antique Victorian ring in solid 14k yellow gold. This ring is over 100 years old and features a lovely blue turquoise cabochon stone. The bright blue stone is artfully prong set in an open back setting. The turquoise displays gorgeous natural color with some coppery veining. The back of the stone has creams and brown coloration along with the bright blue. The shoulders of the ring have a comfortable, gentle taper. This beautiful antique ring is ready to wear, collect, or gift to someone special.



Size US 7.25

14k yellow gold, 2.1g

Antique, Victorian/Edwardian



*This lovely ring is in fantastic antique condition. The stone is secure, and she has been professionally cleaned. 

All our antique and vintage jewelry is pre-loved and may show signs of age-related wear. A jewelry professional inspects each piece before listing it. As part of our commitment to your positive experience, in this section, we list any condition issues or wear we may see, even if it's barely noticeable. We are always happy to provide additional images and answer your questions. 


*This ring will ship in a black gift box with a wax seal, ring box in the photo is a prop and not part of the listing. 


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The Condition Report

An item must be 100 years old or older to be considered antique. This means many antiques may have age-related wear. We chalk it up to character and love it, but it is essential that we fully describe any wear, no matter how minor. Each piece is carefully inspected, tested, and fully described before it lands in the shop.