Antique Art Deco Platinum Sapphire & Diamond Ring

A Gorgeous Antique Art Deco Platinum Sapphire & Diamond Ring at Rozental Antiques
Antique Art Deco Platinum Sapphire & Diamond Ring

Period: Art Deco (1920-1935)
Composition: Platinum

Stones:
· 1 calibrated cut synthetic sapphire that weighs 3ctw.
· 12 Old mine cut diamonds of H-VS2 quality that weighs 0.65ctw.
· 10 natural calibrated cut sapphires that weigh 0.40ctw.

Ring size: 6 ¾
Ring face: 19mm by 11mm
Rise above finger: 5mm.­
Total weight: 4.4grams – 2.8dwt­­

Stunning Cabochon Emerald Ring by Bulgari

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Bulgari’s exquisite high jewelry creations are conjured from the vibrant color, life, and light of exceptional gemstones, infused with an innate Roman sense of history, and invigorated with an audacious spirit of modernity. The very soul of the Eternal City is encapsulated in the extraordinary colored gems, each specially selected for its charisma and vivacity, that have become the signature of Bulgari style. This luxurious slipcase edition is brought to glorious life through a spectacular array of magnificent Bulgari jewels.and uniquely colorful jewels

Stunning cabochon emerald ring by Bulgari

Cabochon emerald ring by Bulgari
Cabochon emerald ring by Bulgari

Tanzanite and Diamond Ring

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A fabulously designed diamond platinum ring featuring a rare gem quality 41.72 carat natural tanzanite. A tanzanite of this size and quality displaying this dark and vivid blue color is rare. With GIA certificate. Legend has it, the land was set ablaze by a bolt of lightning. The heat from this ‘magic fire in the sky’ transformed crystals on the ground into shimmering blue-violet stones. When the last cinders dissolved into the earth and the thick smoke settled, awestruck Maasai tribesmen in Tanzania filled their pouches with these mystical stones, believing the jewels would bring them a better life. It was first found in Tanzania during the 1960’s and was introduced to the world by Tiffany & Co. in 1968. Henry Platt, then President of Tiffany, showed a lot of interest in the new emerging gemstone market and was responsible for naming the stone Tanzanite.

Impressive Tanzanite Diamond Platinum Ring
Impressive Tanzanite Diamond Platinum Ring