This 18ct gold & platinum French ring dates to the roaring 1920s
Set to the centre with a gorgeous cushion shaped velvety blue synthetic sapphire. Synthetic sapphires were fist produced in France in 1909 and extensively used during the Art Deco period.
It is surrounded by a border of sparkling Swiss cut diamonds.
The geometric design is completed with three square cut sapphires to each corner.
The stones are all collet set in a platinum edged with pretty millegrain detail.
They are set above an extremely attractive 18ct gold corbeille.
This fabulous ring sits so comfortable on the finger and looks stunning.
Notes: Synthetic sapphires were created by a French chemist Auguste Verneuill in 1909. Synthetic sapphire has the same chemical properties as a natural sapphire. They have equal hardness and density and look the same as natural sapphires but without any flaws.