# 5123 / Edwardian 18k Rose Gold Sapphire Ring W/ Rose Cut Diamond Halo. C1910

This charming early 20th century ring glows with two round cornflower blue synthetic sapphires in  mixed cut sapphire, in an eight-prong setting. They are surrounded by a double halo of a total of 29 prong set, rose cut diamonds.

Crafted in 18 kt rose gold and finished with a graceful scrolled side gallery

Currently ring side: US 5, FR 49, IT 6. The ring features an internal spring to adjust the fit

The ring head measures 18 x 14 mm

Total colored gemstone carat weight: 0.30 ca

Total Diamond Carat Weight: 2.0 ct ca

Unmarked but tested for metal content

Back in the day, due to their uniformity of color and flawless clarity, synthetic sapphires were considered a modern improvement over their natural counterparts, their differences discernible only with a microscope. synthetic colored gemstones were widely used in the 1950s and 1960s but their introduction into jewellery was earlier. The first lab-grown sapphires were commercially produced in the 1890s, and were considered a novelty though much of the early 20th century. They were very frequently used in fine jewellery, without the stigma that a synthetic stone might have today. 

Condition: slight wear to the setting, no oxidation, micro scratches on the gold parts, gemstones may show natural abrasions ring is round with no dents

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