Mid-Century, 1960's, 18ct White Gold, Spinel and Diamond Cluster Ring


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Product SKU: ARB-267

Spinel and diamond ring, 29th century. In recent years, spinel has experienced a surge in popularity, largely in part due to its beautiful array of colours, which can rival the best reds of rubies, the best blues of sapphires and everything in between. Perhaps the most distinctive and best loved of this historic stone’s colours are its soft pinks and violets. This natural, unheated spinel weighing 3.09 carats is a lovely example of these beautiful floral shades, and sits within a border of brilliant-cut diamonds to form a very pretty, timeless cluster ring – perfect for an engagement.

Accompanied by GCS report no. 78158-76, stating that the spinel weighing 3.09 carats is natural, with no indications of heat treatment.

Place Of Origin

Austrian

Stone Type

Spinel: Approx. 3.09 carats total
Accompanied by GCS report no.78158-76 stating that the spinel is natural, with no indications of heat treatment

Diamonds: Approx. 0.40 carats total

Stone Dimensions

Central spinel: 10.63mm x 6.93mm x 4.58mm


Height of setting: 8mm
Width of setting at front: 13.5mm x 15mm

Metal Type

14ct white gold

Marks

‘585’ (14ct gold) Serial no.‘0.41553.53’ and indistinct makers mark

Date Of Manufacture

1960 - 1970

Period Of Manufacture

20th Century

Condition

Very good

Signs Of Wear

Minor wear commensurate with age

Band Size

UK R / US 8.5 (complimentary re-size available)

Weight

 3.85 grams (gross)