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Cartier Sapphire Double Band Ring


This Cartier double band ring in bi-color gold and sapphires is stylish and modern, dating from the 1990s. The upper yellow gold band is channel-set with a central line of nine square step-cut sapphires, sitting above a plain polished broad band of white gold, both bands angled in opposition and tilted intriguingly off the horizontal. Wearable as part of a mixed-metal ring stack, and collectible in other gemstones, this versatile Cartier band with its streak of vivid blue sapphires is a classic with a place in every chic, modern collection.


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Item #: R-19880 
Artist: Cartier 
Circa: 1991 
Size: 7.25 (this ring may be resized, please contact us for further information) 
Materials: 9 Square step-cut sapphires (approximate total weight 1.08 carats); 18K Gold; 18K White gold 
Signed: "Cartier," numbered "926820"

Wearing multiple rings per finger, or stacking, comes from a long tradition reaching back to antiquity. Among the great and impossibly chic jewelry-wearing heroines of literature was Anna Karenina, whose exquisite dress and jewelry the aristocratic writer Tolstoy so memorably brought to life, including her “lovely hands, covered with rings." In Tolstoy’s time, fashionable members of the old Russian nobility wore multiple gem-set rings per finger.