Art Deco Style Filigree Ring with Emerald Cut Watermelon Tourmaline
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This impressive Watermelon Tourmaline ring is a miracle in two ways. First, the mounting is an Art Deco reproduction made from original Die-Struck lasts that have been saved from the 1920s. It is simply miraculous that these designs, and the techniques to recreate them, have survived for 100 years. Second, the center bicolor Watermelon Tourmaline weighs over 7cts and is totally clean to the eye- we never see Tourmalines of this size with this clarity. Tourmaline is a type 3 gemstone that is expected to contain inclusions or flaws, especially in larger sizes, so to find one of this quality is a collector’s dream. This gem displays characteristic color- a forest green tapering to a rosy pink, with close to 50/50 color distribution. The setting is perfectly designed to hold a gem of this size and the stone is protected by the mount. The white gold filigree work frames the Tourmaline but also adds visual interest from every angle. This one is a stunner that would make a great right hand ring.
Details: 14k white gold ring with 7.02ct emerald cut bicolor pink and green Watermelon Tourmaline and filigree accents.