This fine and impressive vintage multi-gemstone ring has been crafted in 14 ct yellow gold with a 14 ct white gold setting.
The substantial rectangular frame has a pierced decorated, floriated scrolling design.
The ring is ornamented with three feature collet set gemstones; A synthetic* ruby, a synthetic sapphire and a 0.45 ct green zircon.
Eight pave set Dutch cut diamonds and one collet set Old European round cut diamond embellish the applied 14 ct white gold millegrain decorated scrolling settings.
The elevated and flared, pierced decorated scrolling ring shoulders integrate with the main setting and join the plain shank at a beaded cuff design.
The ring is hallmarked to the interior of the shank with the 14 ct gold fineness mark (585).
This impressive vintage multi-gemstone cocktail ring is supplied with three independent diamond grading report cards.
Images do not always reflect the true colour and brilliance of gemstones and diamonds. The video however provides a truer representation of the actual colour and showcases each stone.
*NOTE: Contrary to what many people may think, the word "synthetic" does not mean fake when it comes to gemstones. In order for a material to be called "synthetic" it must have a natural counterpart. A synthetic ruby or sapphire will have the same chemical composition as a natural ruby or sapphire and therefore have an almost identical appearance to the naked eye.
The first ruby formed by melting two smaller rubies together was in 1817, and the first microscopic crystals created from alumina in a laboratory in 1837.
It was common practice to set and enhance fine quality antique jewellery with vibrant and colourful synthetic stones.
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