Early Mid-Century Natural Burmese Jade Ring
Dating back to the late 1930s, this strikingly stunning and exotic navette ring highlights a gorgeous translucent green natural Burmese jade presented in an exotically stylized solitaire mounting hand fabricated in 18K rosy-yellow gold. Very likely from Colonial Hong Kong. 5/8-inch long and lovely. Currently ring size 5 1/2. Accompanied by a gemological report from Stone Group Laboratory stating: Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes, Burma origin.
Item Number 30-1-11611
18 Karat Yellow Gold
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Center Jadeite details
Cut/Shape: Marquise Double Cabochon
Measurements: 15.30 x 5.11 x 3.97 mm


Gem Report Number: 190809C-LA

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