This ring is a neat piece of Washington history. It is set with a rare Ellensburg Blue Agate from the eastern side of the state; a stone which is known for its unusual hardness and color that isn’t found in Agates from other localities. These first hit the market in Seattle around 1905, but increased in popularity between the 1930s and 1970s. This particular ring dates to the late Deco, early Retro era, circa 1940, when big cabochons were popular in cocktail rings and yellow gold was making a revival. The overall effect is simple and elegant, with a nice contrast between the rich gold and the cool periwinkle blue Agate.
Details: 14k yellow gold ring with approximately 7ct oval Ellensburg Blue Agate.
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