This exquisite Edardian era dinner ring centers on a vibrant orangy-red spinel, weighing 3.29 carats, bezel-set and surrounded by meticulous pierced platinum open work in the shape of a butterfly. The plaque is filled with sparkling old-cut and single- cut diamonds and finished with delicate milgraining and hand engraved details. Currently a ring size 6.25
The spinel is accompanied by a gemological report from C. Dunaigre Switzerland, stating the origin as Burma (Myanmar) with no indication of enhancement.
Weight: 9 grams
Diamonds: estimated 2.05 total carats, SI1 - I2 clarity, I-J range in color, five old cut diamonds have tiny surface abrasions that can be seen with a 10X loupe
Measurements: 16.72 x 21.51 mm
Notes: It’s likely that the spinel is a replacement stone.