A stunning necklace featuring a 30.16 oval sapphire in the center. The sapphire is certified by GRS Lab, stating that it’s a natural gemstone of Sri Lanka origin with the indication of heat. The necklace is embellished with 6 smaller oval sapphires on the sides, an oval sapphire clasp and circular and marquise diamonds. The total weight of diamonds is 100 carats. The diamonds are not certified and are equivalent to F-G-H colors, VS clarity. An appraisal is available upon request. The setting is made in 18k white gold.
Spectacular Natural Blue 18.9ct Tanzanite Diamond Fine Chic Pendant Necklace
Magnificent Tiffany & Co natural blue sapphire necklace.
center natural blue sapphire Cushion shape weight 21.71ct. size 16.4×14.9mm AGL CERT
Gorgeous royal blue color, amazing cut,very brilliant sapphire ,sparkly lively full of fire ,flawless sapphire,
side set 13 natural marquise shape diamonds 2.75ct tw. VS1 quality G – Color
side set 53 natural Round shape diamonds 5.25ct tw. VS1 quality G – Color
16 inch long
Stamped Inside: TIFFANY & CO.
This is an Authentic Tiffany & Co. Ring.
Comes with Appraisal , AGL CERT
Retail Value $435,000 net
19th century diamond and sapphire necklace and earrings from the Victoria & Albert Museum. Necklace, ca. 1850 (made). Necklace, sapphires in brilliant-cut diamond borders, open-set in silver, England, about 1850. Museum Number M.89-1951. A Victorian silver, gold, sapphire and diamond demi parure, English, circa 1850. The necklace was adapted in the 1930s from a single row necklace to a double row, probably for Lady Cory; the accompanying earrings possibly made from parts of the necklace.
“She is a mortal danger to all men. She is beautiful without knowing it, and possesses charms that she’s not even aware of. She is like a trap set by nature – a sweet perfumed rose in whose petals Cupid lurks in ambush! Anyone who has seen her smile has known perfection. She instills grace in every common thing and divinity in every careless gesture. Venus in her shell was never so lovely, and Diana in the forest never so graceful as my Lady when she strides through Paris!”
by Edmond Rostand