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Rings in this shape are known as ‘navette’ rings, as their shape resembles the keel of a boat. They have a flattering effect of the appearance of the hand, making it seem longer and more slender, which is partially why they shot to popularity in the 18th century. This 20th century navette ring centres on an oval cushion-shaped sapphire in a dreamy and well-saturated mid-blue - a great colour which unsurprisingly led the stone to be associated with the heavens throughout history, standing out beautifully from its backdrop of pavé-set circular-cut diamonds. A very elegant design, which looks its best when worn alone.
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Why I love it...
“ The diamonds look like spotlights, that are shining brightly on the central sapphire! ”
- Sammy, Founder
Place of Origin:
Diamonds (approx. 0.5cts total) & Sappire (1cts calculated)
Height 7mm / Front 15mm x 20.5mm / Sapphire 7.2mm x 4.5mm x 3.1mm
14ct Gold (marked '14K') & Silver
Manufacture Date & Period:
1900-1915 / Edwardian
Condition & Wear:
Very good / Minor wear commensurate with age
UK Q½ / US 8.25 (complimentary re-size available)