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Trillion Engagement Ring Pink Sapphire Engagement Ring Pink Sapphire Ring

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Price $40,800.00 ( )
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A one of a kind vivid neon hot pink unheated natural sapphire and VS F diamond artisan engagement ring circa 1990.

The setting for these astonishing gems is made from solid 14K white and yellow gold.

In total it weighs 10.91 grams.

Currently this ring is a size 5 3/4 US. It is sizable within a range.

The top of the ring measures 5/8" long down the finger and rises 5/16" high off the finger (16mm, 8mm).

It is in excellent condition ready to gift or to wear.

The exceptional set stones are as follows:

A large 2.3 carat curved trillion hot neon pink natural sapphire which is claw set and measures 8.4mm x 8.8mm x 4.4mm. This astonishing gem is loupe clean. It is a museum quality collectors gem.

To accent this amazingly rare sapphire there are 12 2.2mm square cut channel set VS clarity F color natural diamonds. Each of these gorgeous natural white diamonds weighs 6 points.

The total fine white diamond weight is 0.72 carats.

The total sapphire and diamond weight is 3.02 carats.

This ring is one of these special pieces which are one of a kind. If you love pink and appreciate the absolute finest of sapphires this ring couldn't be any more perfect.

It is one of those heirloom pieces to hand down in your family for many generations to come.

A full appraisal accompanies this ring for your records and any insurance requirements.

It will be sent in a presentation box ready for gifting and for safe keeping forever.

The photos form part of the description. Like all colored stones there is a color variation that occurs in different lighting conditions both inside but also outside, even the time of day can make the color of a stone appear a little different. We do our best to show colors as we see them. Color perception is highly individual and some people can perceive more colors than others, also colors can appear somewhat different on different screens and devices due to variations in screen hardware and device display settings.

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