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No-Heat Burmese Ruby and Diamond Halo Ring


This early Art Deco platinum ring features a stunning cushion-cut Burmese unheated ruby, framed by a double halo of fiery old mine-cut diamonds. All the elements of this jewel—the vivid and rare, glowing ruby, set amidst concentric circles of sparkling diamonds in a minimalist mount—cohere into a brilliant statement of the Art Deco aesthetic for the finger.

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Item #: R-17052
Circa: 1915
Size: 6.25 (this ring may be resized, please contact us for further information) 
Materials: Cushion-cut no-heat Burma ruby (weighing approximately 2.32 carats); 47 Old mine-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 0.70 carat); Platinum
Documentation: Together with Gübelin certificate # 14050082, May 22, 2014, which states that the ruby has characteristics consistent with those of Burma origin and that there is no indication of heating

Burma has been the ruby origin most prized for centuries by global connoisseurs. Rare Burma rubies’ exceptional red fluorescence comes from their formation under very particular geologic conditions, in white limestone that is ultra-low in iron content.