Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring

Story

Burmese rubies...the words conjure of exotic climes and the finest red corundum the world has even known.

A gemstone exhibiting bolts of crimson red with hot pink highlights from Burma (Myanmar) is on many a lifelong wish list. Oval and faceted in shape, it is 1 carat of undeniable opulence.

Contrasting with the vivid coloration is a surround of twelve single cut diamonds. On each shoulder another accent diamond is placed, for a total of .50 carats (H-I color; VS2-SI1 clarity).

Add a fancy open work 14k white gold under gallery and squared tapering shoulders…voila a vintage halo or cluster ring that will make any proposal that much more noteworthy, or a gift to be remembered always.

Comes with a Stone Group Laboratories' certificate no. 211203m-TG stating the ruby in Burmese in origin, heat treated with residue. Rubies from a particular mine in Burma, when heated, show invisible to the eye evidence of a stable residue due to their inherent internal properties.

Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring
Item 21483

Natural Burmese Ruby Diamond Ring

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Date: Circa 1990.

Measurements: Length of 5/8 inches and 1/2 inch wide and 3/16 inches high. Weight of 2.9 grams.

Hallmarks: Illegible mark to the outside of the band.

Condition: Excellent.

Story

Burmese rubies...the words conjure of exotic climes and the finest red corundum the world has even known.

A gemstone exhibiting bolts of crimson red with hot pink highlights from Burma (Myanmar) is on many a lifelong wish list. Oval and faceted in shape, it is 1 carat of undeniable opulence.

Contrasting with the vivid coloration is a surround of twelve single cut diamonds. On each shoulder another accent diamond is placed, for a total of .50 carats (H-I color; VS2-SI1 clarity).

Add a fancy open work 14k white gold under gallery and squared tapering shoulders…voila a vintage halo or cluster ring that will make any proposal that much more noteworthy, or a gift to be remembered always.

Comes with a Stone Group Laboratories' certificate no. 211203m-TG stating the ruby in Burmese in origin, heat treated with residue. Rubies from a particular mine in Burma, when heated, show invisible to the eye evidence of a stable residue due to their inherent internal properties.