HARRY WINSTON [海瑞溫斯頓] | EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING, CIRCA 1970 [祖母綠配鑽石戒指，約1970年]
From a Noble Family
EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING, CIRCA 1970
Of toi et moi design, set with a pear-shaped emerald weighing 5.73 carats and a similarly cut diamond weighing 4.99 carats, size 501/2, unsigned, maker's mark for Jacques Timey.
Accompanied by GIA report no. 2203975233 , stating that the diamond is D Colour, VVS1 Clarity together with a working diagram stating that the diamond may be internally flawless after minor repolishing; further accompanied by SSEF report no. 113216, stating that the emerald is of Colombian origin, with a minor amount of oil in fissures .
Accompanied by GIA report no. 2203975233, stating that the pear-shaped diamond weighing 4.99 carats, measuring 15.61 x 8.44 x 6.20 mm, is D colour, VVS1 clarity, together with a working diagram stating that the diamond may be internally flawless after minor repolishing, further with an SSEF report no. 113216, stating that the pear-shaped emerald weighing 5.73 carats, measuring 15.15 x 9.10 x 7.02mm, is of Colombian origin, with minor amount of oil in fissures at the time of testing. Further with a copy of a Harry Winston invoice, dated 24 April 1974.
Unsigned, maker's mark for Jacques Timey, stamped pt950 for platinum. Emerald green of medium-strong saturation with typical inclusions, some surface reaching, minor scratches, abrasions, very minor chips on on facet edge. For information about the diamond, please refer to the GIA certificate. Scratches to the mount consistent with age and wear. Gross weight approximately 10 grams.
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