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Ceylon Pink Sapphire and Diamond Halo Ring


This Belle Époque French ring features a nearly four-carat vivid pink Ceylon sapphire, framed by a halo of fiery old mine-cut diamonds. The pink sapphire’s brilliance is ideally showcased by the delicate platinum work of the bezel, and scrolling gallery that cradles the stone. The skillful handiwork minimizing the platinum mount, which is truly a lost art, maximizes the gems’ stunning interplay with light, while the graceful form subtly elongates the finger.

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Item #: R-16542
Circa: 1910
Country: France
Size: 6 (this ring may be resized, please contact us for further information) 
Materials: Sri Lanka/Ceylon oval-cut pink sapphire (weighing 3.87 carats); 11 Old mine-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 1.32 carats); Platinum
Signed: Unsigned, with French control mark
Documentation: Accompanied by certificate #CS64359 from American Gemological Laboratory (AGL), stating that the center stone is natural corundum pink sapphire from Ceylon, with relatively low temperature heating
Provenance: Lucie Bigelow Rosen

In Asia, the pink sapphire has long been associated with the lotus flower, and is a favorite in the gem palette of jewelry virtuoso, Wallace Chan.