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Victorian 1.05 Carat No-Heat Pailin Sapphire and Diamond Halo Ring
ABOUT THIS RING
In the world of sapphires, those closest in color to Kashmir (the rarest and most coveted) and Burmese (close runner up) originate from Pailin, Cambodia. And this classic halo ring, dating back to the first decade of the twentieth century, features a royal/cobalt blue colored beauty. Weighing 1.05 carat, the enchanting gemstone--accompanied by a gemological report from Stone Group Laboratories--stating: Natural. No Indications of Thermal Enhancement. Pailin, Cambodia origin--is traditionally presented within a sparkling halo of a dozen bright-white old mine-cut diamonds, totaling a half-carat, all of which are set in lustrous 14K yellow gold. Timeless. Currently ring size 7.