LOT 2827 | AN EXTREMELY RARE RED BERYL AND DIAMOND RING, BY KAT FLORENCE
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Set with a brilliant-cut red beryl weighing 1.41 carats, accented within an elegant surround of pavé-set diamond scalloped borders, to the two-tiered diamond-set three-quarter-hoop and bottom, mounted in 18K yellow gold, signed KAT FLORENCE, with assay and maker's mark, includes original fitted box, ring size 6½
Accompanied by a report from the Swiss Gemological Institute (SSEF), stating that the 1.41 carat natural red beryl is red color, originates from Utah, USA and has no indications of any treatment, report no. 84928, dated 30th March 2016
Accompanied by a report from the Gemological Institute of America, stating that the 1.42 carat natural red beryl is red color and has no indications of clarity enhancement, report no. 2155423235, dated 9th May 2013
Accompanied by a gemological report, stating that the approximately 1.42 carat natural beryl - bixbite is red color, report no. GF15090759, dated 11th September 2015
Red beryl is an extremely rare variety of beryl that comes in red color from trace amounts of iron and manganese. Red beryl is often known in the trade as “red emerald”. With only three known locations in Utah, USA where red beryl can be found, the crystals mined from these locations are typically not gem quality, therefore it's not suitable for faceting. While only a modest amount of specimens get faceted as gems, red beryl is not treated by heating or irradiation as it could damage the stone.
1.41克拉圓形改良明亮式切磨猶他州天然紅綠柱石及鑽石戒指，配以小鑽，鑲18K黃金，戒指尺寸6½，附原盒，Kat Florence 設計，附SSEF、GIA 及證書
HK$ 110,000 - 150,000 US$ 13,000 - 19,000
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