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ca. 1915 white gold ring
by: Anonymous

Hello Lee, thanks for taking the time to write in....

18K white gold was introduced around 1915; it was the perfect imitation of the more expensive platinum. During WWII platinum was restricted and diverted away from jewelry making and directed towards accelerating munitions:-(

OK. the heart will be the maker's mark, the c could be part of the maker's mark, not sure. Is the letter c inside the heart, or is the heart just a heart, no letters, or numbers inside?

A light blue stone and white gold, uhmmmm.....the ring sounds beautiful! Have you tested the stone?

best wishes,
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre

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