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The diamond, brilliant and resistant, is the emblem of fearlessness and invincibility; the pearl pure and fair to look upon, is the emblem of modesty and purity.
Art Deco era characterizes this impressive pearl and diamond flower cluster ring.
A blossoming flower with diamond set petals enveloping a shimmering pearl in a sensuous and feminine yet bold and impressive ring.
A lustrous cultured saltwater pearl with pink and green overtones of approx 8 mm in diameter rise and transports its translucency and shimmering iridescence from watery depths accentuating the sensuality of the ring.
Surrounded by a sparkling corolla of rose fourteen (14) rose cut diamonds set in elegant petals with mill grain detailing sparkling with approx .51 Ct by spread of pure flashes of light.
On each side a glorious antique hand cut rose cut diamonds set on millgrain collet adding .16 Ct by spread, bringing the total diamond sparkle to .67 Ct.
A sophisticated openwork of clean lines for undergallery along with decorative elements on shoulders makes for a vision of light and air.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold, tested and with a set of 3 hallmarks, worn and hard to read.
Very good overall conditions commensurate to use and age.
18 Kt yellow gold, tested
set of 3 hallmarks on the outer side of the shank partially worn and hard to read
1 saltwater cultured pearl of approx 8 mm in diameter; 16 antique rose cut diamonds totalling approx .67 Ct by spread
head of the ring is 14.3 mm at widest part; sits 9.5 mm high on finger including pearl ;
very good overall condition