(S)-Oscar Heyman Cluster Ring In Platinum With 4.27 Ctw In Diamonds Emeralds & Sapphires
Cluster cocktail ring designed by Oscar Heyman & Brothers.
Beautiful colorful cocktail ring, created in New York city by the iconic jewelry makers and designers of Oscar Heyman Company, back in the 1960. This classic cluster ring has been crafted in solid .900/.999 platinum with high polished finish. Mounted with a great selection of natural earth mined gemstones
Diamonds: Mount in four-prongs settings, with 12 calibrated round brilliant cuts diamonds, 2.15 carats, white colorless E/F color, VS-1 clarity.
Diamonds: Mounted in channel-settings, with 10 caliber baguette cut of diamonds, 0.50 carats, white colorless E/F color, VS-2 clarity.
Sapphires: Mount in four-prongs settings, with 9 round faceted cut of vivid royal blue transparent sapphires with 1.02 carats.
Emeralds: Mount in four-prongs settings, with 6 round faceted cut of Colombian vivid green emeralds with 0.60 carats.
Weight: 8.25 Grams, (5.29 Dwt).
Size: 6.25 and is sizeable.
Measurements: 21 mm by 16 mm (0.83 x 0.63 Inches) and raise 12 mm over the finger.
Hallmarks: Stamped with the maker's mark logo inside a circle, the serial numbers, the platinum assay mark and signed, "HB PLAT 1261".
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.
Collateral: This ring is accompanied by a presentation jewelry box.
Condition: The overall condition of this ring is excellent. Beside the little normal wear, there is no damage to the platinum. All gemstones are secured in the settings. This piece has been carefully inspected to guarantee the condition and authenticity.
INVENTORY REF: R040323MCEN/.2379