18K Men's yellow gold mid-century Burmese Jade cabochon ring by George Barmache. (GIA report #10945463, dated January 10, 2000). The untreated jadeite is a bright vivid green with even tone and exceptional translucency. The central jade is flanked by a matched pair of pear shaped brilliant cut diamonds. Each diamond approx 1ct, F /VS
1965 Jadeite ring with brushed finish by George Barmache
Measurements: 10.50 -8.50 x 5.03mm Weight: 4.00 carats
Color and Clarity: Fine, Medium Dark Green; Translucent
(2) Tapered Baguette Cut Diamonds: Weight:0.60 carats Color:H-I Clarity:VS2
Ring with Cabochon Cut Burmese Jade GIA #1126891438; December 9, 2010 Report Conclusions: Natural color, no indications of impregnation. Measurements:16.00-11.00 x 3.73mm
Color: Slightly mottled green Clarity:Translucent
Platinum gent's ring, with a 1ct emerald-cut emerald and four calibre-cut diamonds. Mid-century.
1930's 2.7ct emerald-cut emerald, 18K yellow and white gold, hand-fabricated, two emerald-cut diamonds.
1980 Chrysoberyl cat's eye 13.37 x 10.24 x 9.47 mm. Weight:12.50 carats. Strong eye runs horizontally east-west.
Golden-green color, excellent chatoyancy and characteristic milk and honey effect.
Early 1900's Russian (Hallmarked on back) 14k rose gold ring set with central gem Chrysoprase and two demantoid garnets from the Ural mountains with diagnostic horsetail inclusions. The stones are approx. .45cts each and display gently abraded facet junctions commensurate with age.