Date: ca. 1900 – 1910, Art Nouveau era
Size: USA 9, UK R, EU 59 (resizable)
Materials: solid 14k gold (unmarked; tested with neodymium magnet and nitric/muriatic acid), diamond, glass (for the snake eyes)
Weight: 7.7 grams
Marks: [triangle?] illegible jeweler’s mark
Diameter of diamond: 3.28 mm (approx. 0.14 carat)
Approx. color & clarity of diamond: G-H, I (under a jeweler’s loupe, I can spot tiny carbon inclusions). When examined under a jeweler’s loupe, the old cut diamond does not appear to be a perfect circle. The diamond girdle is of medium thickness and has not been polished (common for the period; not a condition problem).
Max width of ring: 14.7 mm
Width of shank: 3.2 – 3.8 mm
Thickness of shank: 1 – 1.5 mm
Condition: Excellent antique condition. There is a very faint “E x G” scratched on to the ring face reverse (can be easily polished away).