Posted 6 years ago
Back in the 1950's & 1960's black onyx was big when it came to a mans ring. Some would have a diamond or two. Others an initial. Most like the 4 pictured were done in 10k because of durability and longevity. 10k is much harder than 14k or higher, thus you have a ring that will stand up to the punishment a guy usually gives a piece of jewelry. The alloy that was usually used with the gold was copper. I have quite a few different ones but here is a X-section of 4. The one with the initial "K" is actually 1 of only two rings I wear. This one here I wear on my right hand ring finger and is for my first name which is Kerry.