An Extremely Fine and Rare Ruby and Diamond Ring | 極其珍罕 6.03克拉 天然「緬甸鴿血紅」未經加熱紅寶石 配 鑽石 戒指
THE RATNARAJ OF MOGOK
An Extremely Fine and Rare Ruby and Diamond Ring
極其珍罕 6.03克拉 天然「緬甸鴿血紅」未經加熱紅寶石 配 鑽石 戒指
Of floral design, centring upon an oval ruby weighing 6.03 carats, to the marquise-shaped diamond petals, the sepals and shoulders embellished with brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 karat white gold, size 6¼.
Accompanied by Gübelin report no. 19127041, dated 5 December 2019, stating that the ruby is of Burmese origin, tradecolour pigeon blood red, with no indications of heating. Also accompanied by GRS report, GRS Platinum Rarity Award, GIA report and GIA Monograph and USB.
Accompanied by Gübelin report no. 19127041, dated 5 December 2019, stating that the ruby is of Burmese origin, tradecolour pigeon blood red, with no indications of heating. Also accompanied by GRS report no. GRS2021-031390, dated 8 March 2021, and GRS Platinum Rarity Award no. 2954, both stating that the ruby is of Burmese origin, vivid red (GRS-type "pigeon's blood", with no indication of thermal treatment. Further accompanied by GIA report no. 7336077257, dated 16 December 2019 and GIA Monograph and USB, stating that the ruby is of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating, the colour appearance of this stone is described in the trade as "Pigeon's Blood". Please refer to the reports, Award and Monograph for further details. Stamped 750 for 18 karat white gold, C-6.03 and D-4.32 referring to the weight of the ruby and total weight of the diamonds. Ruby is of medium red colour and strong saturation, with very minor typical inclusions. Marquise-shaped diamonds are about F colour, VVS-VS clarity, as graded in the mounting. Brilliant-cut diamonds are bright and lively. Signs of very minor wear to the metal. Overall in excellent condition.
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