Art Deco Old Cut Diamond & Sapphire Crossover Cluster Ring, circa 1920
A lavish and eyecatching crossover cluster ring. The two main stones contrast beautifully; the deep royal blue sapphire and the colourless, bright old cut diamond. Twenty-six single cuts run along the sweeping S-shaped band and partly encircle the two feature stones. Despite being big and blingy, this sits really close to the finger making it an easy and comfortable wear. You never need to take it off!
Cut – The main diamond is an old mine / miner cut. The smaller diamonds are old single cuts. The sapphire is a round faceted stone.
Colour – The main diamond is F. The smaller diamonds are H.
Clarity – The main diamond is SI1, but totally clean to the naked eye. The smaller diamonds are VS. The sapphire is eye clean.
Carat – Each of the two main stones is approximately 0.70 carat. The estimated overall diamond weight is 1.48 carat
Circa – 1920.
Measurements – Ignoring the band, the cluster measures 15.9mm by 9.9mm and sits 4.5mm from the finger.
Size – M (UK) or 6 (US). Complementary sizing is available, can go up or down in size.
Metal – 18k gold. Tested.