Platinum Ceylon Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Platinum Ceylon Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Platinum Ceylon Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Platinum Ceylon Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Platinum Ceylon Sapphire and Diamond Ring
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Platinum Ceylon Sapphire and Diamond Ring

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Date: NEW

Origin: Made in Brisbane, Australia

Dimensions: Oval cut, natural Blue Ceylon Sapphire = 6.08cts; Kite Diamonds D2= 0.46ct, F/G colour, VS clarity.

Appraisal: Salt Wholesaling $62 250 (18 June 2024)

Notes: All gems (sapphire and diamonds) are positive weights, earth mined, natural colour and clarity.

Blue sapphire is corner set with four double claws with a double rail open setting in platinum.

Kite diamonds are set with full bezels.

High, half round, knife edge, reverse-tapered ring shank in <950> platinum.

Ceylon sapphires are known for their high clarity, which enhances their brilliance and visual appeal. Their excellent transparency and minimal inclusions make them truly exceptional gemstones. The traditional significance of the term 'Ceylon' in the gemstone industry also contributes to their value.

Kite diamonds, also known as “delta cuts,” have a distinctive shape resembling a kite or a simple diamond-shaped outline. Their four straight sides and sharp corners give them a modern and edgy look. Step cut facets descend from the center of the stone and reflect the light in shiny flashes. The kite shape has been referred to informally as “the diamond cut diamond” due to its elongated length and four prominent features.  Despite their beauty, kite-shaped diamonds are not often used in jewellery design because they are difficult to set.