8.75 ct. Ceylon Blue Sapphire, Sugarloaf Platinum Diamond Engagement Ring
Limited Sale on an extraordinary Sapphire. The finest Ceylon sapphire was used in this sugarloaf Cabochon. Eye clean and transparent (facet quality). See lab report in photos of gem for specs and the ring is size 4.75, (sizable) platinum with natural diamonds.
No Heat! This certified, vivid intense, blue, 8.75 carat Ceylon Sapphire ring is a size 4.75 (size-able) and has an amazing, sugarloaf, Art Deco style Cabochon in a vintage, platinum mounting with natural earth mined diamonds. A large sapphire that looks stylish and not overbearing even on smaller hands. You will get more positive comments on this ring than you will believe.
This is the engagement or statement ring for the woman who has everything. The finest color blue it is extraordinary indoors or outside and mind blowing in full sun. It does not darken out like cheap sapphires in low light and in full sunlight it shows the mythical Ceylon Blue color. While we don’t suggest you wear fine jewelry in the pool, get this gem near gorgeous blue water or a fountain or lagoon and expect to see sapphire at its finest. Stunning in all light situations.
Certified by a Swiss Laboratory as NO HEAT or treatment and to be absolute Ceylon origin earth-mined sapphire of “very high quality.” As stated on certification. (See photos) *Milimeter size is listed on certification photo. And gem was weighed out of mounting and checked for hidden flaws and there were none, it is an absolute weight of 8.75 carats. Ceylon origin verified on certification. Don’t wait on this deal it is priced to sell. This is a facet quality sugarloaf Cabochon.
Sapphire measurements and information are on the lab certification in photos section of of this gem. An entertainer singer/songwriter owns this gem and we are selling it commission free saving you an additional 30% off its value. It is a must-sell item for the customer and a heartbroken departure of a ring that comes along once in a blue moon. Facet quality gems cut into the coveted sugarloaf pattern are rare after the 1930’s most cabochons were used for gems that were not facet quality. In the Art-Deco era the wealthy had the finest Ceylon and Kashmir sapphires were cut for these svelte designs in platinum with diamonds. Most cabochons cut today in precious gems are translucent and this gem is transparent, vivid blue
Antique Art-Deco engagement rings were so stylish and ornate they are often worn now as statement rings.