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Art Deco Aquamarine Sapphire Diamond Ring Aquamarine Cabochon Engagement 1920s

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An fine Art Deco Cabochon Aquamarine, Diamond and Ceylon Sapphire Flower Ring in solid 14K Gold and Fine Silver.

This astonishing hand made high carat fine diamond ring dates to the late deco period. The design is of an enormous flower with pave diamond and Ceylon sapphire set petals. At the center of the flower is an exceptional large earth mined cabochon aquamarine of excellent color and clarity.

The ring is in excellent condition.

It weighs 13.02 grams in total. The face of the ring measures 1 5/16" long by 1 3/16" wide by 7/8" deep (33mm x 30mm x 22mm).

The huge natural aquamarine at the center of the flower measures 17.3mm by 11.2mm by 9.5mm and weighs 14.5 carats as estimated in the setting.

There are 0.96 carats of VS clarity diamonds J/K in color.

The sparkly intense blue sapphire accents weigh 0.48 carats in total.

In total the weight of precious gemstones and fine diamonds is 15.94 carats.

Currently it is a ring size 7 USA sizing. It is sizable.

An appraisal shall accompany this item. This appraisal has been made by a professional Gemologist and accredited Jewelry Appraiser who is a specialist in the field.

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