Art Deco 2.00 Carat Tsavorite & Old Cut Diamond Ring, circa 1930
Tsavorite, a rich green gem, was named by the president of Tiffany & Co in 1973 when it was introduced to North America. The colour of a fine, saturated Emerald, it is a clearer stone, more radiant and much harder. Like demantoid, yet more brilliant and more durable, it’s an extremely rare variety of garnet.
This original Art Deco mount was more than likely once set with an emerald, but later replaced. This tsavorite, an emerald cut, is extraordinarily vibrant and clear. Surround by fourteen blinding diamonds, which are set in white gold to emphasise their colourlessness. Sits nice and low to the finger. This is seriously high class bling.
Cut – Emerald cut tsavortie and old cut diamonds.
Colour – F/G diamonds.
Clarity – The diamond are VS, the tsavorite is SI.
Carat – The tsavorite is approximately is 2.00 carat The total estimated diamond weight is 1.00 carat.
Circa – 1930.
Size – J (UK) or 4 5/8 (US). Complementary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – The setting measures 14.5mm by 12mm and sits 4.5mm from the finger.
Metal – 18k gold. Tested.