Please help me identify this ring found on coast of Charleston, SC

Apr 20, 2016
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I would love to know around the time this was made! Bigger size (maybe a 10/11?)
Definitely looks hand made. No numbers or words anywhere image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg
 

Dinkleman

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Apr 12, 2016
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That style ring is called wire wrap and is still used in handmade jewlery. Its very common at flea markets and places like that. Given the high levels of salt can rapidly age metal and the ring may be only a few years old but could also be fairly old. I'd recommend having a local jeweler take a look at it.
 
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Kevin in IN

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The stone is really cool. Could it be quartz with specks of gold? Nice find.
 
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Thanks everyone! I will ask a jeweler! I am not sure what kind of stone it is but maybe they will!
Thanks y'all! I would love answers for sure! I'll keep the post updated as I get more info
 
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Dinkleman

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Sorry forgot to even mention the stone in my post but I believe it is Agate. It comes in several color variations and the white and green is one of them. moss-agate-gem-247046a-t.jpg
 
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