An Openwork Net Of Criss-Crossing Sapphires And Diamonds

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From JS Fearnley, a fascinating 1960s ring of bombe design, with the dome made up of an open work ‘net’ of criss-crossing lines of baguette sapphires punctuated by round diamonds at the crossing points. An airy and light vehicle for the gems, and a small world enclosed within that open frame, that is nevertheless visible and accessible. A magical ring.

An 18 karat gold, sapphire and diamond ring by Mellerio, Paris, circa 1960

Item #: 4468
18 karat gold, sapphire and diamond ring by Mellerio, Paris, circa 1960, designed as an openwork dome set with 27 round diamonds weighing approximately 2.25 carats, accented by 66 baguette sapphires weighing approximately 5.00 carats, measuring 3/4 by 7/8 by 1 1/8 inches, gross weight 14.0 grams, size 4 1/2, signed Mellerio Paris, numbered 390.11, with French assay marks.

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