A truly remarkable ladies authentic Art Deco period diamond ring, made circa 1920 and set in a very pretty Platinum mount that is currently a size N 1/2 (UK). (Can be re-sized within reason either way)
The perfect investment / gift for yourself or a loved one, or a stunning Engagement ring etc...
I initially sold this ring back in early 2016 to a client who recently part exchanged it with me for two Rolex watches. The original sale price in March 2016 was £60,000.00 (Discounted then from £65,000).
The centre stone is a 100% natural diamond that is whopping 6.04cts in size and it spreads even bigger looking like a full 7cts.
The diamond is very, very clean bar one small inclusion that is not visible to the naked eye. The colour is very good and white at around the J / K level. The stone is very lively, fiery and bright and is what I would call an absolutely top grade stone from this period.
As my regular clients will know I am now basically retired from the full time watch and jewellery business. However, when something comes up of this quality and value I simply cannot resist it...
I could take all day and all night about this wonderful investment diamond. Frankly I would just prefer that you came to view it in person because the diamond will then do all my talking for me!
It is available to view either at my office which is close to Gatwick Airport or, where the ring is kept at my safety deposit box at my Bank at Brighton. (The Bank is my preferred viewing choice for security reasons).
This ring will be accompanied with an insurance valuation certificate for £75,000 which is a sensible 'get paid out' level rather than a ridiculous valuation that insurance companies will try to bat away.
Like everything I do, my valuations are sensible and are issued to work for my client rather than just impress them with numbers.
Personal hand delivery anywhere in the UK is also a possibility but travelling expenses would need to be met and payment would have to be made in full before hand. Any further questions please just ask.
Offers in the region of £52,500 are invited with part exchange possible.