This ring is sold, sorry. See similar rings:
"The pink Burmese sapphire at the centre of this ring is blessed with both an unusual and attractive early 20th century geometric cut, and a beautiful magenta body colour. This example weighing approximately 4.00 carats is was undoubtedly mined alongside some of the world’s best ruby deposits. Unusually for sapphires and rubies, this stone has not been heat treated, meaning its colour and clarity are entirely natural – a rare feat for any stone. With a border of single-cut diamonds accentuating its geometric outline and a hand-made mount, this effortlessly elegant ring is a superb example of pre-war jewellery design. It would make a beautiful Cocktail Ring, and a very impressive Vintage Engagement Ring the vibrant sapphire lends its hue to exuberance and glamour!"
Place Of Origin
Pink Sapphire: 4.00 carat (calculated)
/ Accompanied by GCS report no. 80269-10, stating that the pink sapphire weighing approximately 4.0 carats is of Burmese (Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heat treatment.
Height of setting: 4.2mm
Width of setting at front: 13.5mm x 12.5mm
Date Of Manufacture
1900 - 1930
Period Of Manufacture
Minor wear commensurate with age
UK J / US 4.75 (complimentary re-size available)
3.27 grams (gross)
What does my gemstone mean?
The bold azure blue of sapphire is thought to represent the study of the stars- this is obvious when we notice the resemblance between a sapphire's deep hue and the colour of the night sky. The name sapphire is derived from the Latin ‘saphirus,’ which directly translates to ‘blue.’ Sapphires are symbolic of luck, loyalty, happiness and love.