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Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring
Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring
Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring
Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring
Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring
Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring
Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring
Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring

Story

Strike a chord two of the most coveted gemstones in the word, ruby and sapphire. This ring can be worn as a wedding band, as a stackable ring or just solo.

Warm and glowing, 18k yellow gold is the foundation to set two rows of gleaming gems across the front.

A series of six natural round faceted blue sapphires, total of .78 carats are prong set at each corner. Beneath a row of six natural round faceted rubies, also with a weight of .78 carats takes its rightful place.

Color contrast is sublime and the simplicity of the design makes the ring the perfect accessory for just about any ensemble.

Split shoulders and a reeded shank complete the estate ring. Did you know that rubies and sapphires are the same gemstone, but with slightly different trace elements present in each? They are both corundum, hard to believe with such saturated opposing colors.

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Item 18981

Versatility Ruby Sapphire Estate Wedding Ring

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$1,350 USD Sale! $1,215 USD

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Date: Circa 1980.

Measurements: Length of 1/4 of an inch by 11/16 of an inch in width by 3/16 of an inch in height. Weight of 4.0 grams.

Hallmarks: 750 (for 18k).

Condition: Excellent.

Story

Strike a chord two of the most coveted gemstones in the word, ruby and sapphire. This ring can be worn as a wedding band, as a stackable ring or just solo.

Warm and glowing, 18k yellow gold is the foundation to set two rows of gleaming gems across the front.

A series of six natural round faceted blue sapphires, total of .78 carats are prong set at each corner. Beneath a row of six natural round faceted rubies, also with a weight of .78 carats takes its rightful place.

Color contrast is sublime and the simplicity of the design makes the ring the perfect accessory for just about any ensemble.

Split shoulders and a reeded shank complete the estate ring. Did you know that rubies and sapphires are the same gemstone, but with slightly different trace elements present in each? They are both corundum, hard to believe with such saturated opposing colors.

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