Fine 30 ct. Kunzite, Diamond and 18K yellow Gold Large Vintage Ring, c. 1960.
Fine Kunzite, diamond and 18K yellow gold large vintage ring. This fancy cut natural "bubble-gum" pink kunzite is estimated to weigh 30+ cts. The stone is well cut as evident of the brightness of the stone and the high reflection off the pavilion facets. The stone is clean and a fine example of a large kunzite.
The brilliant cut diamonds are set in white gold. They are estimated to weigh 1 ct. The stones are well matched, near colorless, H, and very slightly included (VS).
The elaborate 18K yellow gold ring, circa 1960, is well made, the total weight is 25.8 grams, the size is a size 8 and can be resized.
Throughout our 37 year history we have succeeded only by surpassing our client's expectations in terms of quality, beauty and uniqueness and price structure. In the instant example of our 18K kunzite ring, it is always challenging to locate stones with this vividness of pink color, this unusual size and this rare modernistic triangular pear shape; yet here is the lovely and unique ring as a larger than one inch long with very white diamonds on the finger and all as a comfortable purchase.
Please note: Our hand model, shown in the photographs, has a medium to large hand size.
All items sold are accompanied by a detailed Statement of Value by our gemologist, as well as all original gemological documentation, if specified in the listing. As always, we guarantee all of pieces to be exactly as represented. Each piece of jewelry arrives in a finely gift-wrapped presentation box.
Over the decades of our stewardship as a small but exemplary purveyor of the jeweler's art, we have strived to offer a fine and authentic selection, in excellent condition, of collectible jewels from all highly sought time periods at competitive prices and even lower prices, if possible. In the process we have had the extraordinary good fortune of meeting remarkable people - some collectors, others just extremely interesting individuals who have taken the time and effort to examine their lives and select things that tend to make them smile, or admire, or just wonder at the exciting endlessly creative and nuanced panoply of jeweled artifacts.