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Art Deco 1.75 Carat Emerald Cut Burmese Ruby & Diamond Ring, circa 1940



Item #: 125AB209/3.

Such an exciting ring. The natural and unheated emerald cut ruby displays a deep purplish red and is set laterally in a rubover platinum setting. The ruby is cut shallow to allow plenty of light to pass through the stone, as well as giving it a generous “spread.” Forty-two eight-cut diamonds are set within the finely engraved gallery and shoulders, leading to a slim and fluted platinum shank.

Accompanied by a Ruby Report from the Gem & Pearl Laboratory (London) confirming the ruby is natural, unheated and Burmese (Myanmar) in origin.

Cut – Emerald cut ruby and eight cut diamonds.

Colour – Diamonds are G.

Clarity – Visible inclusions in the ruby – to be expected of a ruby this size – but still transparent enough to allow light to travel through the stone. Diamonds are VS.

Carat – The ruby is approximately 1.75 carat with an estimated 0.42 carat of diamonds.

Circa – 1940.

Size – Q 1/2 (UK) or 8.25 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.

Measurements – The ruby is approximately 10.2mm by 7.7mm and sits 5.6mm from the finger.

Metal – Platinum. Stamped.

£6,000