Timeless Legacy Golden Ring with Burmese Ruby and Golconda Diamonds, Circa 1950

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Crafted circa 1950, this exquisite ring is a testament to timeless elegance. At the heart of the ring lies an old natural Burmese ruby sugarloaf cabochon, the deep red hue of the ruby symbolizes passion and nobility. Encircling the central ruby are old Golconda old European cut diamonds, historically mined in India, are renowned for their unique charm and historical significance. The ring is meticulously crafted from 18K gold, providing both durability and a warm backdrop for the gemstones. The ring combines rare gemstones, historical value, and expert craftsmanship—a wearable legacy that transcends time.

Old Golconda Old European Cut Diamonds are treasured for their historical significance and exceptional craftsmanship. Originating from the legendary Golconda mines in India, these diamonds are known for their pure and colorless quality, often classified as Type IIa, which is chemically the purest form of diamond. The Old European Cut is a specific style of diamond cutting that was popular from 1890 to 1930. These diamonds are characterized by their round shape, high crown, deep pavilion, and large facets, which produce a distinctive sparkle with a soft, warm glow. Unlike modern diamonds that are cut with precision machinery, Old European Cut diamonds were cut by hand, giving each stone a unique charm and slightly asymmetrical appearance. They are rare because the Golconda mines were depleted over time, and the art of hand-cutting diamonds in this old style has largely been replaced by modern cutting techniques. This makes Old European Cut diamonds from Golconda not only rare but also highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate the historical value and unique beauty of these gems.

The  rubies originate from Myanmar (formerly Burma), specifically the Mogok region. The term “sugarloaf” refers to a gemstone cut with a shallowly curved base and four polished sides that come up to a rounded point. These exceptional rubies are characterized by their profound, crimson-red color, often celebrated as “pigeon blood red” in the trade. Written about since the dawn of recorded human history, rubies from Burma are the stuff of legends, and their rarity and vivid hue continue to captivate gem enthusiasts worldwide. 

Old Natural Burmese Ruby Sugarloaf Cabochon :8.0 ct.(Approx) 
Old Golconda Old European Cut Diamonds- 2.50 ct.(Approx) 

Size : #55
Weight - 10.05 g.

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