Moving from shades of deep, ultramarine blue to blazing cobalt, and light electric hues for the highlights, this natural no heat sapphire sparkles with aplomb.
At a carat weight of 2.30, it holds a nearly invisible surprise within its depths. While you would need a jeweler to show it to you with powerful magnification, a tiny crystalline starburst is visible inside.
Almost resembling a simplified snowflake, it is just a hidden something special that only you will know about and in no way affects the beauty of the sapphire.
Surrounding the gemstone are 11 old European cut diamonds that come together in .88 carats of light and refraction. Their color average is G-I and with a clarity of VS2-SI2 with two at SI3-I1 for clear inclusions only.
A regal setting is made of platinum for the diamonds and 18k gold for the sapphire and band, the shoulders are adorned with a beautiful palmette shape.
This antique Edwardian ring dates to circa 1890.