Emerald and diamond ring, circa 1920. Pear-shaped stones in rings can be worn either way round - the sharp end pointing downwards towards the tip of the finger or up towards the knuckle. Either way, they are very stylish and flattering choices for engagement rings, and seem to elongate the finger. This pear-shaped emerald shows an attractive shade of summery mid green, with excellent transparency. Finished with a border of early 20th century circular-cut diamonds, this beautiful design would make a particularly pretty and elegant engagement ring.
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Why I love it...
“ This emerald is a stunning colour and a fabulous shape. I love pear-cut gemstones.”
- Sammy, Founder
Place of Origin:
Emerald approx. 1.40cts
Accompanied by GCS certificate report stating that the Emerald is of Colombian origin, with minor oil treatment.
Diamond approx. 0.50ct total
Height 6mm / Front Head 14mm x 13.2mm / width 19mm including diamond shoulders
18ct Yellow Gold, Platinum
Manufacture Date & Period:
1900 -1910 / Edwardian
Condition & Wear:
Good / Wear commensurate with age
UK P ½ / US 8 (complimentary re-size available)
This ring can easily be re-sized