"Star sapphire and diamond pendant-brooch, circa 1955. The large oval-shaped star sapphire cabochon weighing approximately 145.00 carats, within a frame set with 23 marquise-shaped, 1 round and 1 kite-shaped diamond weighing a total of approximately 23.00 carats, mounted in platinum, with pendant hook."
A shimmering bluish-grey star sapphire, weighing 8.00 carats, is the central focus of this artfully sculpted Art Deco ring, beautifully crafted in platinum, circa 1930s. Direct incandescent lighting ignites a dynamic six-legged star on top of the gemstone, which in gemological parlance is known as asterism. The graceful and multi-dimensional platinum mounting twinkles with a quarter-carat of small round diamonds. A delightfully distinctive and original vintage star sapphire ring.
From the middle of the last century, an elegantly glamorous cocktail ring, sturdily crafted in platinum and white gold, featuring an enchanting denim blue cabochon sapphire, weighing approximately 16 carats, imbued with a shimmering six-ray star (aka 'asterism'). The majestic gemstone is encircled by just under a carat of bright white and sparkling full-cut diamonds punctuated with fans of baguette diamonds. Currently size 5 3/4.
Cartier 18k white gold diamond & gemstone necklace. Made by a skilled jeweler to the specifications of a Cartier necklace found in the 2005 Cartier jewelry catalogue on the last page. Has diamond, amethyst, ruby star sapphire and chalcedony with a total measured gem weight of 199.61 carats by hester