1st platnium ring ?

Xray

Well-Known Member
#1
Found these at a beach today, a little confused. The smaller band is marked both 14k and PLAT, haven't checked the stone yet but I assume its legit. Larger band is 14k white gold, pretty elated finding these. I detect this beach during the summer but much easier with no one around, only a couple inches deep near the wet line, a place I hardly detect during the summer because its usually crowded.

Toe ring looking thing is junk. IMG_6973.jpg
 

sojourner

COINSTAR KING
#2
Found these at a beach today, a little confused. The smaller band is marked both 14k and PLAT, haven't checked the stone yet but I assume its legit. Larger band is 14k white gold, pretty elated finding these. I detect this beach during the summer but much easier with no one around, only a couple inches deep near the wet line, a place I hardly detect during the summer because its usually crowded.

Toe ring looking thing is junk. View attachment 105358
Nice rings.....
 

mtbricky

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#3
Great haul! If it is marked 14K and Plat, it must have both metals in it. I've found a couple marked 14K and 925 and they are gold and silver. Get the stones tested. 14K doesn't always mean diamonds. The 4 prong mounts are sometimes used for CZ.
 

Xray

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#4
Great haul! If it is marked 14K and Plat, it must have both metals in it. I've found a couple marked 14K and 925 and they are gold and silver. Get the stones tested. 14K doesn't always mean diamonds. The 4 prong mounts are sometimes used for CZ.
Never heard of hybrid precious metals but that would seem to make sense
 

Xray

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#6
Cool 1st hybrid ring then !
For being a petite size ring has alot of markings, also stamped "magicglo" and this is the 1st google result with that term:

Magic Glo was the manufacturer's name of Le Roy Jewelry Co, in Akron. They were manufactured up until the 1980's, and according to Trademarkia, their copyright was not renewed after 1996. They are real diamonds and gold, not costume jewelry
 

Xray

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#7
Found with my trusty Ace 400 btw, though I have more advanced and modern detectors, I prefer to use it for beaches [except water of course] and tot lots. It is so simple and I am so experienced with it it sings to me, and allows me to effectively cover a larger area quicker than with other detectors that I am still learning and really, may have a bit too many bells & whistles for me. Its not a deep seeker true, and generally I don't need or want depth at a beach, it is truly a ring magnet. [Stones tested as legit indeed, use it so infrequently I forgot I had a tester and it was a miracle I managed to find it where I thought it was]
 
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