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Edwardian era jewelry was all about femininity and elegance. A vision of sophistication from decades past shows off with style and uniqueness, Edwardian elegance flirts with vibrant colour contrast.
Classic and timeless with that Edwardian touch which can be the personification of elegance is this subline natural Burmese Ruby, no heat, and diamond halo ring from age of elegance.
Romantic from top to bottom, detailed design and delicate look, harmoniously balancing a luscious red ruby and sparkling diamonds giving a most feminine persona to this evocative ring.
Centering is a gorgeous vivid hot pinkish red natural Burma ruby, no heat, cut en cushion cut of approx .90 Ct bezel set in yellow gold with mill grain detailing, glowing deep and vibrant in vivid red hues with bright highlights.
The gorgeous vibrant hot rose coloration of the ruby contrasts with light refracting from diamonds. A sophisticated halo of ten chunky and deep, hand cut, antique old mine cut diamonds totalling approx 1.35 Ct of pure flashes of light set on platinum mounting.
Beautifully designed, the under gallery is a vision of delicate-appearing openwork, fine craftsmanship and attention to detail are apparent throughout culminating in a simple yet elegant shank.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold and platinum, tested.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
The ring is accompanied with a GCS certificate.
18 Kt yellow gold and platinum, tested
1 cushion cut natural no heat Burmese ruby of approx .90 Ct; 10 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx 1.35 Ct (SI/SI2-E/F);
head of the ring is 13 mm x 11.4 mm (hxw); sits 4.7 mm high on finger
little wear on undergallery near one shoulder, very good overall condition