Early-Art Deco Gem Emerald and Diamond Ring - GIA F1
ABOUT THIS RING
OMG! You will not be able to take your eyes off this resplendent treasure starring an extraordinary gemstone: an ultra-gemmy, diamond-clean, richly saturated crystalline green Colombian emerald, weighing 1.20 carats and graded by the GIA as F1 (minor clarity enhancement). If you've done your homework, you'll know that virtually all emeralds are traditionally oiled (enhanced) to some degree, and the grading of this one is the next closest to 'no enhancement.' The remarkable gem is presented in an 18K bezel setting atop an intricately detailed mounting--hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1920--between a pair of bright white and sparkling European-cut diamonds, all of which are enveloped in an array of small glittering Swiss-cut diamonds accentuated by decorative piercing and delicate millegraining. An indisputable late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco trophy ring in glorious green and white. Total diamond weight, .90 carat. Currently ring size 6.