Each centring on a cushion-shaped emerald weighing 3.76 and 3.72 carats respectively, decorated with marquise-, pear-shaped and brilliant-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 4.40 carats, mounted in 18 karat white gold.
Accompanied by GRS reports numbered GRS2019-103407 and GRS2019-092670, dated 29 October and 24 September 2019, stating that the 3.76 and 3.72 carat emeralds are natural, Vivid Green colour, of Colombian origin, with indications of minor clarity enhancement; each along with an appendix, stating that 'This vividly saturated emerald of 3.76/3.72 ct is reminiscent in hue of the varieties displaying the legendary colors found in the world renowned Muzo mines. They are formally described as "Muzo Green" and commonly known in the trade as "Old Mine" emeralds.';
ten GIA reports, stating that the 3.50 carat diamonds ranging from 0.40 to 0.31 carat are E to F colour, SI1 to SI2 clarity, one with Excellent Polish.