The Kay Jeweler ring is one of several items that Barrett-jackson auction house sold off to private collectors.

The auction house is holding the sale of the ring, which is now valued at more than $10,000.

“I’m in shock,” said Mike Dorman, one of the auction house’s sales agents.

“It was an amazing ring.”

The ring was made by Kay Jewelry, which was founded in 1911.

Dorman said that Kay Jewelership is known for its fine jewelry and that the ring has a lot of value.

After auctioning the ring on Wednesday, the company offered to return it to Kay Jewel, but the auction houses representative declined, saying that the company would have to pay a $5,000 appraisal fee.

On Monday, Dorman said he had a conversation with Kay Jewelier about the sale.

The company said that the item is in very good condition and will be donated to a local charity.

As for the auction itself, Darnorsers jewelry sales assistant was there to help out with the auction.

He said the ring is a very beautiful piece of jewelry.

“It’s very beautiful.

It’s not a perfect piece, but it’s a very good piece,” he said.