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Here is a ring that’s often related to the jewelry collection of the Duchess of Windsor, though it was created by Cartier a few years after her death.
Using a bold colour theme and a combination of stones that she evidently liked – given she had several pieces made using the same grouping of amethyst, turquoise and diamond – in a star shape similar to the main feature of her 1954 torsade bracelet, the ring was produced by Cartier in 1989. Here it is below.
CARTIER, Paris 1989 An amethyst, turquoise and diamond ring centring on a hexagonal amethyst within a star frame set with cabochon turquoise, the shoulders set with brilliant-cut diamonds in gold.