Centring on a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 4.57 carats, decorated with pear-shaped and brilliant-cut diamonds extending to the bifurcated shoulders, the diamonds together weighing approximately 2.60 carats, mounted in 18 karat white gold. Ring size: 6¼
Accompanied by GRS report numbered GRS2017-083323, dated 28 August 2017, stating that the 4.57 carat ruby is natural, Vivid Red (GRS type "Pigeon's Blood") colour, of Burmese (Mogok) origin, with no indication of thermal treatment;
Gübelin report numbered 17097070, dated 13 September 2017, stating that the 4.57 carat ruby is natural, Red colour, of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating; along with an information sheet, stating that 'Burma has long been recognised as the locality associated with the most desirable rubies in the world. Within Burma (Myanmar), the most famed region is the Mogok Valley, or Mogok Stone Tract...Mogok-type rubies typically possess a red body colour and red UV-fluorescence. In addition, they may contain tiny amounts of light-scattering rutile silk and a swirl-like growth pattern. It is this combination of features which gives these rubies their characteristic appearance.'.