One lady’s 18k white gold, red sapphire and diamond ring. Item is trademarked and the condition is new.
Paying homage to days passed, this ring features vintage detailing while appearing as if it’s never aged a day. A cluster of round brilliant cut diamonds silhouettes and frames the gemstone centre and edges of the shoulders, while baguette cut diamonds accent the channel set spaces.
Juxtaposing the stark white of the diamonds and metal, a 2.41ct. oval shaped, faceted sapphire sits within four dainty prongs, radiating with vibrant red hues. Approximately measuring 8.85 – 6.45 x 4.05mm., the large spread table perfectly displays the “medium, moderately strong to strong, slightly orangy red colour”, the moderate inclusions that speckle the interior, and soft shimmer from the medium cut.
A total of thirty-four round brilliant cut diamonds are clustered between the centre and the shoulders, with an approximate total weight of 0.48ct., and approximate measurements of 2.7 – 1.1mm. These stones dazzle with their I-1 clarity, F-G near colourless gauge, and twinkly medium to good cut.
Filling in the gaps within the defined channel settings are a total of sixteen baguette cut diamonds, with approximate measurements of 2.0/1.8 - 1.1mm, an approximate total weight of 0.38ct., and qualities by gauge of VS to SI clarity, G-H near colourless, and a matching cut to the rounds.
Currently sized at a 6. Certificate of appraisal provided by Gem Grade Appraisal Service, located in Toronto, with a “suggested insurance coverage” of $7,500.00.