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Jewelry with pearls have such a timeless resonance. That inner glow which emerges with such a luminescent quality is unmatched in the world of gems.
Art Deco design flirts with the contrast of a white on white theme yet with a hint of romance and femininity in this vintage cultured saltwater pearl and diamond navette ring.
Classic in all the subtle characteristics of the Style Moderne a north south openwork marquise shape creates a feminine and elongating profile.
Dominating the mounting is a fabulous 8.22 mm cultured saltwater pearl. Luscious pink overtones transcend the surface of the gem. Across the surface the beautiful sheen is apparent and translucency is above average, the warm inner glow is hard to miss and the iridescence of the pearl is prized.
North and south an openwork flower embrace the queen of the ocean in a romantic design set with eighteen old transitional cut diamonds totalling approx .46 Ct in a vision of femininity.
With its mille grain accented touches, two flowers and open work filigree, the mounting is distinctive and eye catching.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt white gold, tested.
Very good overall condition
18 Kt white gold, tested
1 saltwater cultured pearl of approx 8.22mm in diameter; 18 old transitional cut diamonds totalling approx .46 Ct(VS/SI-E/F);
head of the ring is 22 mm x 12 mm (hxw); sits 9.5 high on finger
very good overall condition