Bohemian Cobalt Glass Ring
This is a rare type of glass known as Bohemian cobalt aventurine. This type of glass was made solely in the Bohemian region and although the ring is not signed, it was most certainly made in West Germany in the 1950s. This Bohemian glass was produced to imitate Lapis Lazuli and was most often used in Egyptian Revival jewelry. The brass twisted wire ring bands are adjustable so the ring will fit any size finger like your middle or index finger. The smallest the ring can be is a size 7 1/8. The ring is set in a pale gold metal bezel with lovely crown style prongs. The cab also has beveled cuts around the perimeter.