Fine jewellery: Designer rings with natural ruby, aquamarine and emerald stones
LOVERS of fine jewellery will be in seventh heaven when these six sensational designer rings go under the hammer in March and April.
The super six are estimated to realise at least £47,500 in Richard Winterton Auctioneers’ Antiques & Home Sales on March 15 and April 12.
The first three beauties to go under the hammer on Monday, March 15, are as follows:
A modern aquamarine and diamond rectangular cluster ring
Centring on a step cut natural 5.29ct aquamarine measuring 10.96mm x 8.69mm x 7.01mm enclosed within a border of modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 0.39ct. Approximate gross weight 10.3 grams. Lot 223 est. £2,500-£3,000
An impressive modern 18ct white gold ruby and diamond oval cluster ring
Centring on a large oval mixed cut natural untreated 3.33ct ruby measuring 11.84mm x 8.44mm x 2.68mm enclosed within a border of diamonds and diamond set shoulders. Estimated modern round brilliant cut diamond weight 0.59ct. Approximate gross weight 5.7 grams. Lot 224 est. £9,000-£12,000
An impressive modern large emerald and diamond pear shape cluster ring
A natural untreated 7.10ct emerald measuring 14.9mm x 11.2mm x 5.8mm. Diamonds pave set to the shoulders and surround, estimated total modern round brilliant cut weight 1.18ct. Approximate gross weight 7.24 grams. Lot 225 est. £13,000-£18,000
Coming up in the April 12 Antiques & Home Sale are a 12.5ct Brazilian morganite, diamond and pink sapphire dress ring, a 5.67ct Brazilian aquamarine and diamond rectangular cluster ring and a stunning 4.74ct Colombian emerald emerald and diamond cluster ring… watch this space!