This fine and impressive vintage emerald and diamond ring has been crafted in 14ct white gold.
The pierced decorated multi-stranded design displays a feature 0.55ct emerald cut emerald, eight claw set to the centre.
The feature emerald is flanked on either side but a 0.16ct and a 0.14ct transitional modern brilliant round cut diamond.
The pierced decorated, lobed design is embellished with a further two transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds and twelve Dutch cut diamonds.
The trifurcated, elevated ring shoulders integrate with the main setting and blends seamlessly with the plain ring shank.
The ring is hallmarked to the interior of the shank with the maker's mark and 14ct gold fineness mark (585).
This vintage 1950s emerald and diamond ring is supplied with two independent diamond grading certificates for the feature diamonds in addition to an independent diamond grading report card for the emerald and supporting diamonds.
"Rather than regarding inclusions in coloured stones as harmful, in small sizes and numbers that do not in any way detract from their beauty, they should be regarded as adding to desirability, for they provide identifying characteristics."
Reference: The Connoisseur's Guide to Precious Gemstones, R.Wise, Brunswick House Press.
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