14 kt GE , means it has a very thin layer of 14kt gold over it (gold eletroplated) ESPO was an Us brand , famous in the 60's and 70's , so it menas the ring has got quite a value as a vintage The 'ESPO' is short for Esposito, he's still designing jewelry (has a range on QVC) so the ring isn't necessarily worth any more as a vintage.
This ring is probably a gold electroplate (ge) with 14kt gold. ESPO should stand for the maker's mark of Joe Esposito. If you do a search on line you'll see many items by this designer and estimate the real value of the ring as well as compare the mark on your ring with others. In all likelyhood, it's a real piece by this vendor who is known for this style.
well, yes it is a real ring. the G.E. most likely stands for gold electroplate, witch means it is coated with gold but not solid, probably worth something, but not much. The "diamond" is most likely a cubic zirconium (not worth crap) but you can probly get a few bucks for the ring. Cant say how much maybe 20-50 bucks.