Victorian Diamond and Pearl Crescent Moon Conversion Ring in 14k Pink Gold
This victorian crescent moon conversion ring is in 14k yellow gold with an old mine cut diamond bead set. The moon is set with pearls. This low profile versatile ring was made into a ring with all its original parts. The pin stem was repurposed into the shank.
Cut: Old Mine Cut
Weight: 1=0.04 cts
Measurements: 2.2 x 2.2 x 1.44mm
Clarity: SI2 with natural on star facet
Measurements: 10 @ 2.2 mm
Measurements: 11 x 11.8 mm / shank 1.4 mm
Metal: 14k pink gold
Size: 7 (inquire about sizing)
Markings: 14K on shank
Weight: 1.6 grams
Condition Rating: 8 (the stickpin was repurposed into the shank and has had a light polish, stones have been cleaned)
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Bracelets and rings get the most wear out of all the styles of jewelry. Make sure that your jewelry is professionally cleaned and your stones checked annually.
For gold rings, the higher the karat weight, the softer the metal will be, and the easier it will scratch. Frequent polishing is unecessary. Polishing your rings removes layers of metals and will thin it out through time.
The same goes with platinum, as it is a malleable and softer metal, yet denser, which makes it last longer. Platinum is also a white metal naturally and stays white, whereas white gold is yellow that has white alloys giving it a whiter appearance, but will never be as white as platinum.
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