Vintage Lace Unheated Natural Pink Sapphire & Natural Alexandrite Diamond Filigree Ring in 18k Yellow Gold
Swirling ribbons of rich 18k yellow gold set the stage for a vintage-inspired flair with this gorgeous filigree fashion ring. An oval cut prong set natural unheated pink sapphire sits nestled in a secure four prong setting exhibiting an intense pink color. Two natural alexandrite stones are prong set on the side of the sapphire, creating a past, present, and future style. This beautiful color change alexandrite displays soft plum violet color to cool grey blues to lush emerald greens depending on the light source. Sparkling round brilliant cut diamonds are prong set in a rich white-rhodium finished halo, adding a two-tone gold appearance. Sapphire is the birthstone for September, making this treasurable ring a great gift for your beloved.
This Superbly Crafted Exquisite Ring Flaunts Extremely Rare Unheated Burmese Sapphire. What Makes It Even More Rare Is Incredible Clarity And Brilliance.
The accent alexandrites are easily changing color from light green to lavender purple.
GIA report #5346438176
Metal -18kt Yellow and White Gold Gemstone - Natural Pink Sapphire (Unheated) Gemstone Size - 6.5x4.7mm Gemstone weight - 0.74ct Accent stone - Natural Alexandrite Accent stone quantity - 2 Accent stone total weight - 0.18ct Accent stone - Natural Diamond Accent stone quantity - 34 Accent stone total weight - 0.44ct Ring weight - 4.51g Ring size - 7 Ring measurements - 25x20x10mm Rise above the finger - 7mm
ESTIMATED RETAIL REPLACEMENT VALUE - $6,500.00
YOU WILL RECEIVE GIA CERTIFICATE FREE OF CHARGE ($120 VALUE). GIA (Gemological Institute of America) is the highest world authority in diamonds and gemstones. Unlike other sellers, we never certify our jewelry because it is not ethical. We do not offer phony certificates. GIA certificate contains security features such as a hologram, security screen and microprint lines that prevent them from being forged or duplicated. GIA certificate includes the colored picture of the item and the number of the certificate which can be verified online on GIA site. It is like a passport for the stone and will make it easier to sell it in the future (although we would advise against it because high-end alexandrites are becoming scarce and increase in price every year) and it can be used for insurance purposes as well.