Belle Époque AGL 2.97 Carat Colombian Insignificant Oil Emerald and Diamond 18k Platinum Cluster Ring
One Belle Époque AGL 2.97 Carat Colombian Insignificant Oil Emerald and Diamond 18k Platinum Cluster Ring. Featuring one octagonal step cut emerald of 2.97 carats, accompanied with AGL #1137508 stating the emerald is Colombian in origin, and has insignificant to minor oil. Accented by 12 old European cut and old mine cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 4.20 carats, graded near-colorless, VS-SI clarity. Crafted in 18 karat yellow gold topped in platinum with French hallmarks. Circa 1900. The ring is a size 7 ½ and may be resized.
About this Item: Transport yourself back to the Belle Époque era with this mesmerizing AGL 2.97 Carat Colombian Insignificant Oil Emerald and Diamond 18k Platinum Cluster Ring, a true testament to the romance and grandeur of a bygone era. Imagine the glittering salons of Paris, where the aristocracy and elite gathered to celebrate life's splendors. At the heart of this exquisite ring lies a captivating octagonal step cut emerald, its vivid green hues reminiscent of lush Colombian landscapes. This rare emerald exudes an aura of timeless beauty with a rarity of Insignificant oil. Surrounding it are twelve old European and old mine cut diamonds, each one a radiant symbol of opulence and refinement. Crafted with meticulous artistry in 18 karat yellow gold and platinum, adorned with French hallmarks, this ring embodies the epitome of Belle Époque elegance, inviting you to revel in its enchanting allure.