Lot 211
  • 211

CONVERTIBLE DIAMOND AND GEM-SET RING, VAN CLEEF & ARPELS, 1970S

Estimate
5,200 - 8,200 EUR
bidding is closed

Description

The main ring composed of two lines set with brilliant-cut diamonds, accompanied by three interchangeable fluted rings, one made of gold, the others of chrysoprase and lapis-lazuli, size 501/2, interchangeable rings signed VCA and numbered, French assay marks for 18 carat gold (750°/00) and maker's mark, total gross weight approximately 20.34 grams, part illustrated.

Condition

Convertible elements signed VCA and numbered (B5799 on the lapis element, 7167 on the gold element). French assay marks for 18 carat gold, maker's mark for Pery & Cie, 7 boulevard Saint-Denis, 75003 Paris (P&Fils, square). Signs of tarnish to the metal, lapis-lazuli element cracked. Overall in good condition. Total gross weight approximately 20.34 grams.
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