Art Deco 1.16 Carat Sapphire Engagement Ring


The Denver Art Deco sapphire engagement ring. With a striking platinum profile and a velvety solitaire sapphire over 1 carat, this antique 1920s stunner is so sleek and sexy. The geometric design reminds one of the Chrysler building or Golden Gate Bridge with a step tier of diamonds leading down to a hand engraved wheat sheaf band. A wonderful alternative gemstone engagement ring or statement jewelry piece.
Why you'll love it: The way the low setting floats on your finger, the clean lines of a solitaire with diamond accents, the romance of antique jewelry and it's ethical since no new mining was required.

Royalty often wore sapphires for dual purposes. Not only did the stone reputedly attract wealth, it also purportedly protected the wearer from envy and infidelity. Traditionally, people attributed to this gem the power to bring harmony between lovers as well as peace between adversaries. In addition, sapphires were said to put one at ease in social engagements and banish fraud.
Condition: Very Good, wear consistent with age & use
Era: Art Deco
Year: 1915-1935
Metal: Platinum
Center Gemstone: Natural Sapphire
Carat Weight: 1.16
Cut: Round faceted
Color: Vivid, deep royal blue
Clarity: Transparent
Additional Gemstones:
18 Round Diamonds = 0.26 Carats
Ring Size: 8.5, sizeable
Rise Above Finger: 5mm
Ring Face: 10mm x 17.2mm
Band Width: 1.8mm
Weight: 3.75 grams
Graded by GIA standards

Includes: Certified Appraisal $5,950.
custom ring box, complimentary ring sizing (2 sizes) & free expedited shipping.

Item Id: TR0561LR

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