Inv. #20368
1.11 carat GIA Burma Ruby and Diamond Ring
Price: $3,500.00
Estate Jewelry. Circa 1980s, 14k, attributed India. Set with a fine 1.11-carat navette-shaped Burma ruby (GIA), surrounded by superb diamonds, this elegant Mogul ring easily dresses up or down. Indian design is the well spring for Bohemian style, and nothing is more chic than an original. Well-made, this vibrant jewel is comfortable to wear and in very good condition.
Remarks from Lawrence Jeffrey: "Mogul jewelry has been influencing us for a millennium; this ring has a tribal look that is perfect with au courant fashion."
Condition: Excellent condition.
Ring Size: 7 1/2, it can be sized
Weight: 3.7 g
Stones: 1.11 carat Burma Ruby (accompanied by a GIA report), with .24 carats total weight G color SI1 clarity diamonds
Hallmarks: None
Certificates: GIA Report #2195205082
Price: $3,500.00
#20368
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Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

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