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  If you are into history, rare and extreme filigree beautiful Art Deco rings, then this EXQUISITE piece of history is for you!

   I bring to you this RARE and AMAZING Ostby Barton researched 1900-1920 jaw dropping, exquisite and WOW FACTOR 8.5 carat Amethyst, extreme filigree 14k hallmarked and maker's marked OB14k Maltese cross ring!

   This stunning ring has superb craftsmanship which you would expect from the most stunning ring designer and maker in the world, in his day and has the rare Maltese Cross maker's mark which dates it to approx. 1900 - 1920.

   She has a beautiful darker purple, perfectly faceted Amethyst stone in 8.5 carats sitting in this WOW FACTOR superb milgrained, bead set filigree floral design filigree ring that is prong set and STUNNING with extremely impressive detail!

   She is a size 5.5 and can be resized. The stone is faceted on top and bottom and done with perfection. She has the hallmark of by Ostby & Barton inside the shank.

   This very unique signed Ostby Barton ring is one of a kind treasure! Its impressive filigree and attention to exquisite detail makes it to stand out from the rest! High craftsmanship and beautiful design are incorporated in this rare piece of jewelry.

   Ostby & Barton jewelry is highly sought after. If you are into the history of jewelry from the Titanic and Art Deco jewelry, this is the piece to have! Extremely lovely and extremely collectable! She won't last long, so you best come get her quick! I do offer Lay-A-Way! $1189.00

   This ring is extremely rare to find, extremely historical and absolutely a jaw dropping piece of WOW!

   Ostby & Barton was a very successful jewelry firm in Providence, Rhode Island, founded in 1879. Firms owner Mr.Ostby perished on the Titanic in 1912 at the age of 65. Firms jewelry became highly sought after by collectors around the world and is HIGHLY sought after for what is left today!!


 


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