Art Deco 16.59 Carat No-Heat Sapphire and Diamond Ring - GIA
ABOUT THIS RING
During the Middle Ages, the clergy wore blue sapphires believing that they were a symbol of heaven. The extraordinary stone in this extraordinary Art Deco ring gives good cause for that belief. Imbued with an utterly sublime, vibrant, and richly saturated deep blue hue, the 16.59 carat natural, unheated gem glows like a moonlit sky. Beautifully supporting, but not detracting from its eminence, are shoulders set with an array of flashing geometric-shaped diamonds--baguettes, trapezoids, and parallelograms--that create a crisply angled contrast to the sapphire's pillowy cushion shape. Yes, it's heavenly (not to mention impressive!). Total diamond weight, 4.00 carats. Hand-fabricated in platinum, currently ring size 7 1/4. Gemological report from the GIA states: No heat. Thailand - origin.