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Lot 7
Sapphire, Ruby and Diamond Ring, Bulgari
HK$250,000 - 350,000
US$32,000 - 45,000

Centring on an oval cabochon sapphire weighing 10.73 carats, to a stylised mount decorated with calibré-cut rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 karat yellow gold, signed. Ring size: 6

Accompanied by Gübelin report numbered 18021047, dated 26 February 2018, stating that the 10.73 carat sapphire is natural, Blue colour, with no indications of heating; along with an information sheet, stating that ‘This type of basaltic sapphire deposit is known in several regions around the world, including eastern Australia, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, China and northern Madagascar, as well as several other sources across central Africa. The combination of gemmological characteristics present in sapphires from such deposits does not typically permit a sufficiently secure determination of which basaltic source the sapphires have originated from.’.

Originating in Rome, Bulgari was founded as a jewellery shop in 1884 by Greek silversmith Sotirio Bulgari. 2014 marks the 130th year of Bulgari, a name emblematic of Italian excellence, emboldened by 2700 years of Roman history, Bulgari honours its rich past within modern designs. Known for stylistic audacity and a penchant for colour, Bulgari pieces are immediately recognisable for their powerful opulence, rich colours and sense of volume.
Colour is often one of the most distinguishable and iconic features of a Bulgari creation. Bulgari has established itself as the master of coloured gemstones in its high jewellery pieces, especially sapphires mixed in unique formats.