(S)Art Deco 1930 Gia Certified Platinum Cocktail Ring With 8.07 Ctw in Pailin Sapphire & Diamonds
Art Deco platinum cocktail ring.
An exceptional antique piece from the great American Art-deco period, circa late 1930's. This gem-set cocktail ring was carefully crafted in solid .900/.999 platinum with .100/.999 Iridium and embellished with a great selection of natural gemstones.
Mounted in the center in a four-double prongs setting, with one round double cabochon cut (10.12 x 10.23 x 5.57 mm) of a natural Pailin vivid royal blue non heat sapphire of 5.33 carats.
The sides around are mounted, with 20 round brilliant cut diamonds, with a total of 1.43 carats and 26 straight baguettes cut diamonds, with a total of 1.31 carats. All diamonds are calibrated, F color, VS-2 clarity.
Has a total weight of 11.95 grams and the actual size is 6, sizable. The top view measurements are 20 mm by 21.1 mm.
Stamped with the maker's mark, the hallmark for the assay of the platinum and signed, "CASTRO PLATINUM".
Collateral: This piece is accompanied by the GIA laboratory certificate report number 2223405893 stating the central gemstone is a natural blue sapphire of 5.33 carats, transparent, not heated and from Cambodia (Pailin) origin.
Note: The blue sapphire like this one from the Pailin region in Cambodia are extremely rare, actually the mines are exhausted and the only way to found in the today's market is from old stocks or antique jewelry. Cambodian blue sapphires rivalize in color and quality with Kashmir sapphires.
Condition: The overall condition of this ring is excellent. Beside the little normal wear, there is no damage to the platinum. All the gemstones, are secured in the settings. This piece has been carefully inspected to guarantee the condition and the authenticity. All gemstones are the original ones from the stated period.
INVENTORY REF: R0000SNEN/.2870 **Gia