3.20 CT Unheated Ceylon Sapphire, Diamond and Sapphire Ring with GIA Report
An antique, Neoclassical revival 14K and sterling silver 3.20 ct unheated Ceylon sapphire, diamond and sapphire ring with a GIA report. This oval shaped ring has a sterling silver top that houses a center GIA credited 3.20 ct, unheated Ceylon sapphire with a halos of diamonds and sapphires. This crown rests atop a pierced work gallery in 14K with acanthus leaf detail.
Style: Antique, Neoclassical Revival
Material: Sterling Silver, 14K Gold
Ring Size: 4.50
Total Weight: 7.50 grams
Shape: Modified Pear Faceted
Dimension: 9.12 mm x 7.17 mm x 5.71 mm
Carat Weight: 3.20 ct
GIA Hue: Violetish Blue
GIA Tone: Medium Light – Medium
GIA Saturation: Very Slightly Grayish
Gemologist Note: GIA Sapphire Origin Report #5211499412 included; No Indications of Heat Treatment Using Standard Gemological Equipment; Sri Lankan Origin
Shape: Rose Cut, Polki
Dimension: 1.80 mm – 2.00 mm
Color Grade: I – J
Clarity Grade: I1 – I2
Gemologist Note: Unable to Determine Weight due to Shape
Shape: Round Faceted, Oval Faceted, Cushion Faceted
Dimension: 3.50 mm – 4.00 mm x 3.50 mm – approximate
- This item has been evaluated and verified by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.
- All diamond and gemstone grading is done under GIA standards as the mounting permits, where gemstones are present; where mountings impede accurate measurements, (estimated) dimensions are provided. All weights and measurements are estimated and approximate. Industry standard and accepted treatments for gemstones are assumed unless otherwise noted.
- Pre-owned jewelry may contain minor markings/imperfections throughout.
- While we represent items accurately on our site to the best of our ability, the color calibration of computer monitors can vary, causing colors to appear slightly different from one monitor to another. Due to this, please note that precise color representation of metal and gemstones is not always possible.
- top of ring is sterling, rest is 14K.
- visible solder marks.
- crack to shank.
- secondary sapphires are chipped and abraded.