NixonWoman
2 years ago1,000+ Views
1950s Bankruptcy Sapphire
Weighing in at 30 carats, this step-cut behemoth is a gentle reminder of what it looks like to either be rich enough to buy without a care or just rich enough to bankrupt yourself. Beads of gold and too many diamonds to count, weighing 5 carats total, make this the envy of all sapphire engagement rings.
Since this comes from the 1950s, perhaps there is a man out there who still believes in buying stunning jewels for the girl he loves. I'm looking right at you Winston!
Jean Schlumberger Henri Picq Sapphire Diamond Ring
M1908
$760,000
Shank and SettingTests as platinum
SapphireWeight: 30 carats
SSEF certificate stating of Ceylon origin with no indications of heat treatment
Diamond Weight: 5.00 carats in total
Clarity: VS
Colour: G
Size: K
5 comments
The queen of all sapphires in my book.
2 years ago·Reply
Such a stunner! Glad you love it @heartofgold35
2 years ago·Reply
lol who wouldn't NixonWoman.?
2 years ago·Reply
@heartofgold35 Check this one out. YOU WILL FLIP! http://www.vingle.net/posts/853640
2 years ago·Reply
Going bankrupt over a ring?! I don't think so. It's pretty, but no gem is worth going bankrupt over.
2 years ago·Reply
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