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This genuine vintage Mikimoto pearl ring in 14K yellow gold features a classic retro asymmetrical cluster ring design set at the center with a fine large Mikimoto cultured pearl of 10 millimeters framed by 10 smaller Mikimoto pearls of 4 millimeters each.
Measurements for the ring are 14.9 millimeters high and 22.5 millimeters wide across the top of the finger, with the height off the finger from the underside of the ring to the top of the center pearl at 10.1 millimeters. The Mikimoto hallmark of an "M" in an oyster shell is clearly visible on the inside of the band of the ring.
In excellent condition, this gorgeous pre-owned estate Mikimoto pearl cluster ring is perfect to collect and wear, in a unique design which is sure to attract admiration for a lifetime.
Ring size 6 3/4.
Important: Please note that this vintage pearl ring can not be re-sized to a smaller ring size. Attempting to resize this piece to a smaller size would bend the top of the ring and damage the design. In addition, Mikimoto pearls are natural organic gemstones and can be easily damaged by the high heat required for ring re-sizing. We do not recommend attempting to have a jeweler re-size this ring.
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14K Yellow gold
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Vintage, One of a Kind
Circa 1950's, Retro Moderne
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
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