Art Deco, 18ct Gold, Sri Lanka Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring

    Description

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    Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring. Sri Lanka is known as ‘the isle of gems’ for its huge variety of mineral deposits, but there’s no stone it’s more famous for than blue sapphires. With their soft, slightly violet ‘cornflower’ blues, Sri Lankan sapphires (often still referred to as ‘Ceylon’ stones) have been traded and prized around the world for thousands of years, finding their way into everything from Roman cameos to medieval reliquaries. In the middle ages, the blue of sapphires gave them a strong association with heaven and the Virgin Mary, and so were a popular choice for ecclesiastical jewels. This heavenly blue unheated Sri Lankan sapphire weighs just short of five carats, and is encircled by a border of early 20th century single-cut diamonds in a millegrain border. A truly classic cluster ring - Princess Diana would approve.





    Why I love it...

    “ This ring is exceptional in every way. The sapphire is a beautiful cornflower blue hue; completely natural from Sri Lanka. The setting is high quality and the attention to detail is amazing!

    - Sammy, Founder



    Place of Origin:
    France

    Stone Type:
    Diamonds (approx. 0.5cts total) & Sapphire (4.7cts calculated)
    Accompanied by GCS report no. 81293-61, stating that the sapphire is of Sri Lanka (Ceylon) origin, with no indications of heat treatment.

    Setting Dimensions:
    Height 6.7mm / Front 12.7mm x 15.4mm / Sapphire 10.5mm x 8.2mm x 5.5mm

    Metal Type:
    18ct Yellow Gold

    Manufacture Date & Period:
    1915-1925 / Art Deco

    Condition & Wear:
    Very good / Minor wear commensurate with age

    Band Size:
    UK N / US 6.5 (complimentary re-size available)

    Weight:
    4.27g (gross)

    Art Deco, 18ct Gold, Sri Lanka Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring

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      SKU: ARB-453

      £9,500

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        Description

        This ring is sold, sorry. See similar rings:

        Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring. Sri Lanka is known as ‘the isle of gems’ for its huge variety of mineral deposits, but there’s no stone it’s more famous for than blue sapphires. With their soft, slightly violet ‘cornflower’ blues, Sri Lankan sapphires (often still referred to as ‘Ceylon’ stones) have been traded and prized around the world for thousands of years, finding their way into everything from Roman cameos to medieval reliquaries. In the middle ages, the blue of sapphires gave them a strong association with heaven and the Virgin Mary, and so were a popular choice for ecclesiastical jewels. This heavenly blue unheated Sri Lankan sapphire weighs just short of five carats, and is encircled by a border of early 20th century single-cut diamonds in a millegrain border. A truly classic cluster ring - Princess Diana would approve.





        Why I love it...

        “ This ring is exceptional in every way. The sapphire is a beautiful cornflower blue hue; completely natural from Sri Lanka. The setting is high quality and the attention to detail is amazing!

        - Sammy, Founder



        Place of Origin:
        France

        Stone Type:
        Diamonds (approx. 0.5cts total) & Sapphire (4.7cts calculated)
        Accompanied by GCS report no. 81293-61, stating that the sapphire is of Sri Lanka (Ceylon) origin, with no indications of heat treatment.

        Setting Dimensions:
        Height 6.7mm / Front 12.7mm x 15.4mm / Sapphire 10.5mm x 8.2mm x 5.5mm

        Metal Type:
        18ct Yellow Gold

        Manufacture Date & Period:
        1915-1925 / Art Deco

        Condition & Wear:
        Very good / Minor wear commensurate with age

        Band Size:
        UK N / US 6.5 (complimentary re-size available)

        Weight:
        4.27g (gross)

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