Platinum, Diamond, Ruby and Sapphire Turkey Ring
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Instead of the tried and true Eagle, Benjamin Franklin proposed the Turkey for America's national bird. This red, white and blue beauty is portrayed in platinum, in multi-tiered relief, with resplendent diamond feathers, a ruby breast and a sapphire crown (plus a black onyx eye). Presumably made in the 1920s-1930s, this rare bird ring will be gobbled up quickly - never to be seen again. (This is the one-and-only turkey ring we've ever seen.)
Item Number 10-1-4745
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52 Single Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 0.25 carat
Color: G-H
Clarity: VS2-SI1
Total Diamond Carat Weight: 0.25
10 Round Cut Rubies
2 Round Cut Sapphires
Total Carat Weight: 0.06
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