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Sapphire and Diamond ring. The emerald-cut sapphire weighing 25.25 carats, flanked by 2 pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum, size 5, signed Van Cleef & Arpels, maker's marks, French assay marks. Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris | Lot | Sotheby's

Sapphire and Diamond ring. The emerald-cut sapphire weighing 25.25 carats, flanked by 2 pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum, size 5, signed Van Cleef & Arpels, maker's marks, French assay marks. Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris | Lot | Sotheby's

Art Deco Unusual Sculptural Sapphire Diamond Cluster Ring. Sculptural art deco ring centering on a large triangular-cut Ceylon sapphire with a diamond surround European circa 1930s  1 triangular-cut sapphire 4.52cts accompanied by an SSEF certificate stating that the stone is a natural unheated Ceylon sapphire 31 calibré-cut diamonds 1.13cts approx. Platinum

Art Deco Unusual Sculptural Sapphire Diamond Cluster Ring

Art Deco Unusual Sculptural Sapphire Diamond Cluster Ring. Sculptural art deco ring centering on a large triangular-cut Ceylon sapphire with a diamond surround European circa 1930s 1 triangular-cut sapphire 4.52cts accompanied by an SSEF certificate stating that the stone is a natural unheated Ceylon sapphire 31 calibré-cut diamonds 1.13cts approx. Platinum

4.96 Carat Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Ring Platinum - 1930 This magnificent, rich velvety blue emerald cut sapphire is surrounded by elegant, extra long baguette diamonds which taper and step down the shoulders in classic Art Deco style. Each prong is dotted with an additional sparkling round cut diamond.

4.96 Carat Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Ring Platinum - 1930 This magnificent, rich velvety blue emerald cut sapphire is surrounded by elegant, extra long baguette diamonds which taper and step down the shoulders in classic Art Deco style. Each prong is dotted with an additional sparkling round cut diamond.

Esta esmeralda se cree que perteneció al Cuauhtémoc de Tenochtitlán (último rey del Imperio Azteca). En este caso la procedencia de la esmeralda sería de las minas de Muzo, de Coscuez o de Chivor. La esmeralda recibe el nombre de uno de sus propietarios más importantes: Maximiliano I (Fernando Maximiliano José) nombrado en 1863 Emperador de México por Napoleón III

Conozca algunas de las más famosas esmeraldas encontradas en las minas colombianas

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