Now here’s a piece that’s fit for royalty. This striking Edwardian ring showcases a 3-carat, emerald-cut synthetic sapphire gemstone, a true blue beauty. Let its majestic appeal be the first thing people notice with your every wave and handshake.
Did you know that synthetic sapphire is actually a genuine sapphire that is lab grown? The process was invented in 1902 by a French chemist and was widely used in the 1930s after the Great Depression. It was also commonly seen as an accent stone in the Art Deco Period. This regal ring uses the Edwardian innovation to superb effect. It’s bold, blue, and just breathtaking!
* Era: Edwardian, circa 1910 to 1915
* metal type: 14K white gold with 14K yellow gold accent around center stone
* Gemstone: approximately 3.0 carat synthetic sapphire
* Size 8.25; measures approximately 1/2″L; sits approximately 7.5mm high off finger
* Condition: very good vintage condition