A tremendous ring found in an estate acquisition. Beautiful jadeite, (oh, how I love green). The transitional cut diamonds surrounding this vibrant stone dates the ring to around 1940. Classically made with all the integrity one could wish for.
A few facts about this incredible estate find…
Jadeite jade, the rarest and most valuable form of jade, is also known as ‘Burmese Jade’, (after it’s traditional and still most important source – Burma).
The Chinese associate jade with clarity of mind and purity of spirit.
Transitional-cut diamonds typically bridge the gap between antique and vintage. Direct descendants of the Old European Cut, these progressive cuts saw an evolution toward a larger table, a lower crown, and a smaller culet than previous cuts.
Jade is the official gem for the 12th anniversary.