Victorian GIA 16.00 Carats Burma No Heat Sapphire Diamond 14k Gold Silver Cluster Earrings
One Pair of Victorian GIA 16.00 Carats Burma No Heat Sapphire Diamond 14k Gold Silver Cluster Earrings. Featuring two GIA round buff top sapphires with a total weight of approximately 16.00 carats, accompanied with GIA #5232012376 stating the sapphires are of Burma (Myanmar) origins and have no indications of heat treatments. Accented by 28 old mine cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 5.00 carats, graded near colorless, SI clarity. Crafted in 14 karat rose gold with silver tops with “BC” maker mark. Circa 1880. The earrings are 1 inch in length by ¾ inch in width.
About this Item: Celebrate the opulence of the Victorian era with these ornate sapphire cluster earrings. At their core are two round buff top sapphires of Burma origin, weighing in at an impressive 16.00 carats. Surrounding these azure gems, a dazzling array of nearly five carats of old mine cut diamonds enhance the bright blue sheen of the opulent center stones. Meticulously fashioned in 14-karat rose gold and complemented by silver tops, these earrings were built to last. These earrings, with their intricate detailing, are not just pieces of jewelry but relics of history, evoking the charm, sophistication and craftsmanship of their time.