Impeccably sourced, rare vintage jewelry
crossing hands diamond and 14k gold ring
A super cool ring made from 14 karat yellow gold. The design consists of two hands that meet in the middle around a vintage single cut diamond. The diamond is prong set and weighs approximately 0.02 carats giving the ring a nice pop of vintage diamond sparkle.
Fox & Bond found the front half of the ring as a broken piece of vintage jewelry. We knew it was too cool to leave behind, so we had a 14k yellow gold band made to complete the piece.
We love it worn on its own as a fun ring or paired with other favorite pieces. A great look, you'll love this ring for years to come.
- Style Number: R1269
- Vintage, circa mid-to-late 20th century
- 14k yellow gold
- 1 single cut diamond, approximately 0.02 carats
- Height of front face of ring 0.53", depth of ring as it sits off finger 4.8 mm, width of entire ring 0.81"
- Band width 3.25 mm
- Size 7, Fox & Bond can resize this ring up to a size 10 and down to a size 4
- Great vintage condition- wear consistent with age and use
Currently a size 7, Fox & Bond can resize this ring up to a size 10 and down to a size 4.
For all Fox & Bond ring resizing, we use a trusted jeweler who is an expert in antique jewelry. Resizing takes approximately 2-3 weeks, and prices vary depending on the metal, complexity, and size needed.
Please note rings that have been resized are not eligible for return or exchange as we believe in preserving each piece's integrity. You may send a ring back to us for resizing at a later date if you would like to keep the option of making a return available to you. Please see our FAQs section for more information.
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International orders to select countries ship for a flat fee.
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