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twentiethcen…'s loves33 of 41Opal-lined Marbled Vases, early 1900s, maker unknowndomed filigree pendant/brooch with emerald, aquamarine and turquoise stones
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    Posted 8 years ago

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    My best guess at this ring is that it's an emerald cut aquamarine art deco filigree ring. It has "18K" pressed into the inside of the band. We bought it at an antique store about 5 years ago. Wondering if anyone else has any additional information. Thanks!

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    1. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 8 years ago
      This is an Art Deco etched ring. The stone is an emerald cushion cut. There are 3 stones that are missing from both shoulders of the shank. Classic of 1920-40's. Very nice
    2. srwolson, 8 years ago
      Ooo, interesting! Thank you Lee!
    3. srwolson, 8 years ago
      Thanks valentino97! Lee, do you think the stones that were lost/taken out were the same type of cut as the main stone? Maybe baguette style? They would have been so tiny! Wondering if I should get it restored or just leave it as is. Thanks!
    4. twentiethcentury twentiethcentury, 7 years ago
      Just gorgeous! I think my eyes nearly popped out when I saw this.

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