A mid-20th century emerald and diamond cluster ring
A mid-20th century emerald and diamond cluster ring, the octagonal-cut emerald weighing 2.84 carats, accompanied by GCS Report stating to be of Colombian origin, four claw-set surrounded an octagonal frame set with twenty-six round brilliant-cut diamonds, all to a platinum mount with a pierced gallery, to split shoulders each with a tulip-shape design set with two round brilliant-cut diamonds, the diamonds estimated to weigh 0.25 carats in total, circa 1950, later hallmarked 900 platinum London, head measuring 1.3×1.3cm, finger size M, gross weight 5.6 grams.
An outstanding ring. This piece features a gorgeous and lush central emerald surrounded by a diamond encrusted octagonal frame. This ring was made in the mid twentieth century, and its geometric design and bold simplicity exemplify the glamour of old Hollywood. This impressive piece would make a perfect non-traditional engagement ring or dress ring.
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