Star Sapphire and Diamond Ring, 9.29 Carats
Star Sapphire and Diamond Ring, 9.29 Carats

Star Sapphire and Diamond Ring, 9.29 Carats

  • A remarkably rare star sapphire is at the center of this eye-catching ring
  • The 9.29-carat stone is GIA-certified as being completely untreated
  • Set in platinum with 2.00 carats of diamonds
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Item No. 30-6934
$90,000
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This incredible, untreated 9.29-carat star sapphire is set afire by its namesake star reflection. The star sapphires trademark six-pointed star is the result of a phenomena called asterism. The stone contains needle-like mineral inclusions that cause the appearance of a star when viewed under a single, concentrated light source. 2.00 total carats of white diamonds add the perfect amount of additional sparkle to this already vibrant gem. GIA-certified, set in platinum.
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Style:Modern
Type:Rings
Stone:Sapphire
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