Art Deco 18KT White Gold 2.24TCW Lavender Star Sapphire & French cut Sapphire Engagement Ring
Art Deco Circa 1920
Constructed of 18KT White Gold
Accented with detailed Hand Engraving
**No hallmarks/stamps indicating a metal content.. However, we do guarantee that the ring is constructed of the metal(s) stated, as it was tested using an electronic metal-testing gun..
Containing 1 Central Oval Cabochon cut Natural Lavender Star Sapphire
weighing approximately 2.04 carats
Sapphire measuring approximately 7.1mm in length x 5mm in width
Secured in 4 Prongs
Note: Sapphire does contain natural inclusions both internal & some coming up to the surface… Not any kind of damage to the stone.. Simply a characteristic of natural earth-mined Gemstones..
For centuries, Sapphires have been the most coveted precious Gemstone among the four – Sapphires, Rubies, Emeralds and Diamonds. Sapphires were considered the most predominant Gemstone to the British in engagement rings. Within the next twenty-five years, approximately 75% of Sapphires on the market will be man-made/lab-created, whereas 50% are currently. An investment that will only escalate in value, with a neutral soothing color and hardness similar to a Diamond. Sapphires also come in various colors across the spectrum.
with a total of 6 (3/ea) Channel set Square French cut Natural Blue Sapphires
weighing a total of approximately 0.20 carats
Top section of ring measuring approximately 6mm high when on the finger
Finger Size 5.5
Ring weighing 6.3 grams