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Sapphire was believed to symbolize romantic love, truth and fidelity during past eras and in Roman times it was believed that the sapphire’s colour would change or fade accordingly to its owner true feelings.
Proud to present an exceptionally rare 5.47 Ct Ceylon, no-heat, colour change, natural sapphire with 1.83 Ct diamonds in a sophisticated open work ring from Art Deco era.
A world unto itself is encapsulated within this colour change natural sapphire. Upon the first glance the eye travel through the light cornflower blue colour and with a blink it get lost in enchanting subtle lavender hues.
An oval cut Ceylon no-heat colour change natural sapphire of a delicate soothing light cornflower blue measuring approx 5.47 Ct changing colour from daylight to incandescent light with gorgeous transparency and vivid colours securely set in rub over collet.
Refined floreal open work enhanced by ten rose cut diamonds totaling approx .28 Ct by spread and sixteen old mine cut diamonds sparkling with a total of approx 1.55 Ct.
Refined sophistication, delicate design and precious gemstones appointed with mille grain accents and fine azuring make for an extraordinary jewel for the hand.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt white gold by a master goldsmith during Art Deco period.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
A period ring to wow all others!
18 Kt white gold
1 colour change oval cut natural sapphire of approx 5.47 Ct;16 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx 1.55 Ct(VS/SI-E/F);, 10 rose cut diamonds totaling approx .28 Ct by spread (all gemstones estimated on mounting)
head of the ring is 15.3 mm at widest part; sits 7.3 mm high on finger
very good overall condition