Art Deco cabochon Burma Ruby (no heat) platinum ring with fancy cut diamonds.
Art Deco cabochon Burma Ruby (no heat) platinum ring with fancy cut diamonds, c. 1930.
This is a double cabachon (top and bottom of stone), thus highly reflective of its red color in this slightly cushion shape measuring 10.26 mm. by 9.72 mm. The ruby weighs exactly 6.29 cts and is accompanied by a report from the G.I.A. indicating no indication of heat treatment and that the geographic origin of the ruby is Burma (Myanmar).
The ruby is a bright vivid (purplish) red color.
The diamonds are an excellently matched pair of kite shapes of the period. These diamonds are estimated to have a color of F/G color (near colorless), and a clarity of very slightly included, or better.
In all, this composition in white and red come together as an excellent and authentic example of an Art Deco three stone ring. The ring is currently a size (tight) 7 and can be resized.
All items sold are accompanied by a detailed appraisal by our gemologist, as well as all original GIA certificates, if specified in listing. As always, we guarantee all of pieces, forever. Each piece of jewelry arrives in a finely gift-wrapped presentation box.