Featured in this lot is this antique fire opal ruby and 14k yellow gold ring circa 1940's. The ring features a wonderfully and professionally crafted 14k gold construction with a '14k' stamp on the outside of the ring band and features a tooled raised vine open lattice to the setting. The centerstone is oval cut fire opal cabochon with approximate measurements of 9.9mm x 8.03mm x 1.62mm (The stone was measured in setting) and shows a approximate weight of .47 carats (the weight was calculated with online calculator) and shows beautiful colors of cream, pink, purple, and green and shows a beautiful luster with a good cut grade. The center stone is decorated with five red rubies in four prong setting with an approximate measurements of 2.98mm x 2.98mm x 1.66mm for each stone (the stones were measured in the setting) and show an approximate weight of 0.5 carats for the collective weight (The weight was calculated from an online calculator) and shows deep red coloration with a beautiful luster and good cut grade. The condition of this ring is good with no obvious signs of damage and in good overall condition. The overall measurements of this ring are 1 1/8" x 5/8" x 7/8" and shows a ring size of US 7 1/4. The collective weight of this ring is 14.7g. Amazing heavy piece.