Late Victorian AGL Burma No Heat Ruby Diamond 18k Yellow Gold Three Stone Ring
One Late Victorian AGL Burma No Heat Ruby Diamond 18k Yellow Gold Three Stone Ring. Featuring one AGL cushion cut ruby weighing approximately 1.30 carats, accompanied with AGL #1135484 stating the ruby is of Burma (Myanmar) origin and has no indications of heat treatments. Accented by two old mine cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 1.10 carats, graded colorless, VS2-SI2 clarity, and six old mine cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 0.10 carat, graded near-colorless, SI-I1 clarity. Crafted in 18 karat yellow gold. Circa 1890. The ring is a size 8 ½ and may be resized.
About this Item: Transport yourself to the opulent ballrooms and grandeur of the Late Victorian era with this Burma no heat ruby and diamond three stone ring. At its core, a breathtaking cushion cut ruby from Burma, weighing approximately 1.30 carats, graces the stage, its certification attesting to its rare provenance and unaltered nature. The deep, rich red hue of this remarkable gem captures the essence of the East, where it was born. Flanking this prized centerpiece are two old mine cut diamonds, each weighing approximately 1.10 carats, their colorless clarity like stars illuminating a velvety night sky. Six additional old mine cut diamonds provide extra sparkle and elegance to this 18 karat yellow gold masterpiece, crafted during the romantic Late Victorian era of 1890. Step back in time and experience the magnificence of a bygone age with this special piece.