*Oscar Heyman Gia Certified Classic Ring In Platinum & 18Kt Gold With 3.19 Cts Colombian Emerald & Diamond
Exceptional ring with certified Colombian emerald designed by Oscar Heyman.
An elegant classic three stones setting ring, created in New York city by the Oscar Heyman Brothers. This gorgeous piece was crafted in solid .900/1000 platinum, with 18 karats yellow gold accents, all with high polished finish.
Mounted in the center in a four-prongs setting, with an octagonal step cut (8.81 x 6.92 x 5.74 mm) of a natural Colombian green emerald of 2.33 carats. The gemstone have very strong color saturation, is vivid, transparent, not treated and with no inclusions.
Embellished at the sides with a gorgeous pair of trapezoidal cuts diamonds, 0.86 carats, E/F color, VVS-1 clarity.
This ring have a total weight of 7.4 grams and the actual size is 6, sizable. The top view measurements are 9 mm by 20 mm.
Stamped, with the maker's mark, the serial numbers, the hallmarks for the gold and platinum assay, and signed, "H. MADE PLAT 18 KT 18603".
Collateral: This ring is accompanied by the Gia laboratory report number 6214504882, stating is a natural and transparent emerald from Colombian.
Note: The five digits serial sequences is associated to the Oscar Heyman Brother Co.
Oscar Heyman & Bros is an American jewelry firm and manufacturer that first gained attention in the 1920’s. In 1906, Oscar and Nathan Heyman immigrated to the united states from Latvia. Thanks to an apprenticeship at their great-uncle’s Faberge workshop, they arrived with a skill that made them instantly employable: They could work with platinum, a metal relatively new at the time. Oscar was hired to work in Cartier’s first New York workshop at 712 Fifth Avenue, he was the first non-French bench jeweler hired by the firm. When the whole family moved to New York in 1912, Oscar, Nathan, and Harry Heyman founded the company in the same year. They were later joined by their three younger brothers, George, William, and Louis, along with two sisters, Frances and Lena.
In 1970, Oscar Heyman died, and his youngest brother, George, took over the business. The company continued to expand globally during the 1970s while still making products for other high-end jewelry businesses and selling directly to department stores such as Neiman Marcus.
Other Heyman family members have continued to run the company over time, with the current president being George's son Adam Heyman. The company's jewelry is still highly regarded and frequently worn by celebrities on the red carpet.
it is in perfect condition.
INVENTORY REF: R0000ARIE/.2076