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Great Grandmother's Ring
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Steve has asked our Jewelry community to help identify a vintage ring that belonged to his great-grandmother.


"Great grandmother's ring is pictured here. It's 1" long, 3/8" wide, a size 4. She was born in 1885, and the story is that she received this ring at her high school graduation in 1902 in South Carolina.

I believe the stones on the outside are Alexandrites, (3-4 points each) because of their "coke-bottle" greenish color. I'm not sure what the blue stone is.

I don't see a "makers-mark" anywhere on the setting, but I am guessing it is 14K gold. Does anybody know what period this ring is from? Whether it's American or European?

Thanks all!"

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