Antique jewelry for the modern world
citrine and stepped 14k gold ring
Big and bold with a rich color, this vintage cocktail ring is a chic find. Done in warm 14 karat yellow gold, it glows from start to finish. At center is a beautiful orange toned citrine weighing approximately 11.72 carats, sitting in a four-prong setting. The color of the stone is rich and saturated.
What makes this piece unique is its rounded, stepped setting moving down the band. A nod to Art Deco design, it adds a great finishing detail to an already fab ring.
Measuring 0.64 inches tall, it packs a punch and looks amazing on. A classic cocktail ring like this is a jewelry staple you'll wear for years to come.
- Style Number: R2337
- Vintage, circa 1960s-1980s
- 14k yellow gold
- Citrine- rectangular step cut, 11.72 carats (approx.)
- Height of front face of ring 0.64", depth of ring as it sits off finger 0.40"
- Band width tapers from 3.25 mm to 3 mm
- Size 7, Fox & Bond can resize this ring up to a size 8 and down to a size 6
- Great vintage condition- wear consistent with age and use
Currently a size 7, Fox & Bond can resize this ring up to a size 8 and down to a size 6.
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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