Somehow I always feel like Joan Wilder when I wear emeralds. Remember Joan? She was the character played by Kathleen Turner in that classic 80s movie ‘Romancing the Stone’. I feel like maybe when Joan got back from her adventures in the jungle she would have taken some of her book earnings and bought herself some emeralds. Fabulous ones, like this one; just to remind herself of Jack Colton and swinging through the jungle with her arms wrapped tightly around him.
This fantastic ring is French and definitely has that ‘ooh-la-la’ factor. In spades. It’s set with a lozenge cut emerald at its center in the most intriguing shade of deep rainforest green. The stone measures 9 x 6.7 x 3.8 mm and weighs approximately 1.25 carats. It doesn’t stop there, though, as this lively and unusually cut emerald is supported by a cast of 50 diamonds. The diamonds are a mixture of 18 rose cuts and 32 Old European cuts, some of which are Mazarin cuts. The diamond add up to about 2.25 carats total weight and are bright white and very sparkly. The face of this lovely, long ring measures 25.3 mm from north to south and 16 mm across, it sits 6.7 mm off the finger and narrows to 2.2 mm wide at the back of the band. The ring is a size 6.25 and weighs 4.7 grams.
This fantastic ring was hand crafted in France around 1880 and has a owl mark on the back of the band. It has been carefully acid tested and is fully crafted in 18 karat gold.
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Item ID: RGA23332VA