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Art Deco 14.00 Carat Pink Star Sapphire with Diamond Ring by Ross-Pennell
ABOUT THIS RING
Ross-Pennell was a high-end New York City jewelry retailer on Fifth Avenue in the 1920s and 1930s. And, until now, that's when and where you'd have to be to encounter this captivating Art Deco gemstone ring. A high-domed cabochon sapphire, weighing 14.00 carats, glistens and glows with an enchanting, luminous violet-pink color--and it doesn't stop there. By virtue of the gemological phenomenon known as asterism, when under direct light, the stone exhibits a distinct 6-ray star. Tastefully presented between pairs of bright-white trapezoid and bullet-shaped diamonds, this is a truly stunning, striking and sophisticated Art Deco trophy ring. Total diamond weight, .60 carat. Hand fabricated in platinum, currently ring size 6. Accompanied by a gemological report from Stone Group Laboratories stating: Natural, no-heat, Ceylon (Sri Lanka) origin.