The ruby weighing 2.73 carats is of Burmese origin, of good colour and excellent purity.
An Edwardian Burmese ruby and diamond ring
We find this charming ruby and diamond ring from the early years of the 20th century particularly appealing.
The delicate mount with its scrolled ribbon decoration and millegrain setting is so typical of the period.
It is fairly rare to find such a fine ruby still in its original Edwardian mount as frequently good stones would have been re-set in more fashionable designs at a later date.
Edwardian Burmese ruby and diamond ring
Millegrain collet-set with a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 2.73cts within an openwork scalloped single-cut, diamond-set surround, diamond-set trefoil shoulders to the ribbed gold shank
The ruby weighing 2.73 carats is of good colour and excellent purity and is accompanied by a gemmological certificate issued by the SSEF laboratory, nr. 116348 dated 25th February 2021, stating that it is of Burmese origin and shows no indication of treatment. Also accompanied by GCS certificate nr. 79225-12 dated 30th July 2019
Plaque: 15.8mm in diameter | Size: Q 1/2
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