Antique Edwardian, 18ct Gold, Natural Burmese Red Spinel and Diamond Ring


£2,850
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Product SKU: ARB-20
Early Art Deco, red spinel and diamond ring, circa 1900. Set to centre a vivid cushion-cut red spinel further set with two old-cut diamonds in a beautifully simple yellow gold setting. Spinels are extraordinary gemstones, for many years they have be associated, and even mistaken, for rubies. For example, at the time of their inception, many of the ‘rubies’ set into the Crown Jewels were in fact spinels! They come in a range of colours including cobalt-blue, pink, vivid orange, violet, lavender and red. The most valuable and desirable colour is deep blood red, originating from Burma. The spinel set in this ring is an exceptional example of a natural vivid blood red spinel with no indication of treatment of Burmese origin. A truly exceptional and original antique ring set with a very special gemstone. The ring is in wonderful condition and would make an original engagement ring.


 



Place Of Origin United Kingdom
Stone Type Spinel: Certified by GCS Bond Street, London
No indications of heating, Burma Origin, Report: 79225-40
Diamonds: Approx. 0.40 carats total
Stone Dimensions
Spinel: 5.5mm x 5.2mm x 3.7mm
Height of setting: 4.5mm
Dimensions of setting at front: 16mm x 7.5mm
Metal Type 18 carat yellow gold
Date Of Manufacture 1900 - 1910
Period Of Manufacture Edwardian
Condition Very good
Signs Of Wear Minor wear to mount commensurate with age
Band Size
UK O 1/2 / US 7 (complimentary re-size available)