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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahR View Post
    The 2 stone and leaf ring seems to be only half a ring, like a friendship/love ring where a ring splits into 2 and is completed when both halves are placed side by side.
    Not a friendship ring. This is how they were made back then. The rings were very common back then & pretty cheap.

  2. #17
    I found another ring that is slightly similar to the one with the Turqoise and Red Coral ring with the feathers here- http://www.horsekeeping.com/jewelry/...-ovals-178.htm . I also find that the ring also looks similar to it https://www.etsy.com/listing/1772439...lver-turquoise also. Hope this was helpful

  3. #18
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    Hey all,

    I have basically located John Does ring.

    To me, it looks like a star ruby ring. They mostly come in red and blue. I dont know anything at all about precious stones, but it seems that the brown is rare, because i'm having a hard time finding that color online.

    From what I'm seeing, the prices of these genuine rings are anywhere from 200 to 1500 dollars.

    If John Does ring is a natural star sapphire/ruby, which I believe it is (because why engrave a cheap ring), what was he doing with it. If he was a teacher he surely couldn't afford it unless some bought it for him, OR it was handed down to him by family (maybe his grandfathers) OR he stole it.

    Links to the ring:

    http://www.starruby.in/store/custom-jewelry-solutions

    The brown one is at the bottom.
    Last edited by adian_69; 09-23-2016 at 12:42 PM.

  4. #19
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    Wondering if it could have been a class ring. As I was searching missing persons a girl had a ring with her school initials engraved. It got me thinking about his ring. I looked up schools in Canada with JPF initials but found nothing. I did find a Japanese charter school that takes foreign exchange students from all over the world since 1972. It is located in the UK and they use the JPF initials for the school. Here is the link. Maybe he attended h.s. there? http://www.jpf.org.uk

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