Asymmetrical elegance! This jaw-dropping citrine ring is an ideal cocktail ring, the gem's size makes a statement while its setting adds both sophistication and a touch of playfulness with its retro-era style. Asymmetry is a signature feature in retro-era jewels of the 1940s and early 1950s, adding a flirtatious spirit to bold designs. This c1950 ring is a perfect example. One side of the ring features two more stately diamonds on its shoulder accented with two smaller stones, while the other side has a border of glittering diamonds along the side of the citrine and a simply carved, bold geometric shoulder. Though either side of the golden citrine is different, the ring is perfectly balanced in 14k white gold. The largest diamonds are a .33 carat modern brilliant cut boasting near colorless H grade and VS2 clarity grade and a .25 carat old mine cut diamond with a near colorless G grade and I1 clarity grade. The smaller diamonds total a carat weight of .12. This statement ring is 3/8 inch tall off the finger, and the top measures about 3/4 by 5/8 inch. It is currently a size 7 and may be easily resized up or down upon request.