just another ring
This was in a box of jewelery my wife had inherited. At first I thought it was just another engagement ring with an average 1/2 to 3/4K stone. It wasn't until examining it much closer I realized there was nothing real about it.
Gold colored but it attracts magnets (clue #1).
The band is adjustable and has no markings of any kind.
The brightly sparkling stone isn't (see photos).
What it is is a multi-faceted tiny disk of polished metal that glistens reflected light in many directions.
I don't know who made these, or what period it dates from, but I think if I had a lady friend who liked wearing her rings, this would be the ring we wouldn't be too upset if it got lost or stolen while the real one stayed safe in a lock box back home.
Since I am from the era of cubic zirconia, moissanite, nexus and white sapphire and have never seen a fake diamond ring quite like this before, I believe an age can be attached to this faux diamond type of ring.
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