*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine
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*French 1970 designer geometric cocktail ring in 18 kt yellow gold with a 7.46 cts aquamarine

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French modernist geometric cocktail ring.

Beautiful unusual designer piece, crafted back in the 1974 in solid yellow gold of 18 karats, with high polished surfaces. The sleek design of this cocktail ring is very geometric, with strong volumes, made by an enigmatic French designer.

Embellished on top, with a French square steps cut (13 x 13 x 7 mm) of a natural blue Brazilian aquamarine of 7.46 carats.

Have a total weight of 17.8 grams and the actual size is 9, sizeable. The top view measures are 20 mm by 20 mm and rise 14 mm over the finger.

Stamped, with French hallmarks; two times with the eagle's head for the assay and guaranty of the 18 kt gold, the owl imports marks, the British hallmarks with the maker's mark and the production year cartouche, "GR 75.0 T",

Note: The T is for the production year 1974.

Note: Aquamarine gemstones are the birthstone of March. In ancient period, the Greeks and Romans thought of aquamarine as the sailor’s gem. They believed the blue gem would protect the travelers during storms while traveling across the seas. Ancient cultures also thought aquamarine was a token of love between dating and married couples. Now, it’s the official gemstone to celebrate a 19th marriage anniversary.

It is in perfect condition, with gorgeous eye appeal.

INVENTORY REF: R0000MRMM/.4278


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