18k .50ct Pave Diamond Ring
Signed Emerald & Diamond Ring
Men’s European-cut Diamond Ring
HUGE 6.83ct Pink Tourmaline & 2.60ct Diamond Ring
18k Collapsible Link Estate Gold Ring
Signed Cartier Aquamarine Ring
Signed Cartier 3 Tone Gold & Diamond Ring
Emerald & Baguette Diamond Engagement Ring
18k 1.50ct Princess-cut Diamond Ring
Art Deco 1.06ct Diamond Engagement Ring
Vintage Scarab Ring
Heavy 18k Diamond Estate Ring
Vintage Blister Pearl Ring
Vintage 0.80ct Diamond Engagement Ring
Vintage Pearl & Sapphire Ring
How about platinum and diamonds for longevity and certification and moonstones for transparency?!
Certified Platinum Antique Art Deco European & Old Mine-cut Diamond Engagement Ring
Certified Platinum Tacori Princess-cut Diamond Engagement Ring
Vintage Moonstone Diamond & Royal Blue Enamel Ring
GIA Certified 18k Art Nouveau Diamond Engagement Ring
Late into the night yesterday, we spent several hours discounting every ring on the site that had been previously discounted, so please check out your Treasure Chest to detect whether or not anything in your ‘potentials’ selection has dropped in price far enough to be competitively seized by your budget. This June we are offering a complimentary FC.com Jewelry Box with every order so if you would like to take possession of yours, please leave a notation in the Comment Box when you place your order and we will ship one out to you.
This spectacularly designed and painstakingly constructed coiled serpent choker boasts a 12.29ct Colombian emerald tear-drop and an intricate custom-cut buff-topped ruby forehead crowned with a buff-top emerald-cut emerald. As close to real life scales as one may imagine, these channel-set, jigsaw construction corundum and beryl ensemble could be considered mere accentuations to expertly interlocking articulated links pave-set with a multitude of diamonds mounted in contrasting patches of yellowish brown and orange colors.
A hidden clasp secures this slithering snake, menacingly clutching his pave-diamond gallery prey, mounted with a well-cut prong-set tear-drop Colombian emerald. Mounted in 18k yellow gold and measuring 39cm long, Hissing –Sid is signed ‘C.F. for Carvin French’ and numbered (10144) accompanied by AGTA Certificate number 95004010 dated 22nd May 2007 stating that the 12.29ct emerald is of Colombian origin with minor clarity enhancement. Offered on 28th May 2013, this memorable serpent necklace will accept your bids at Christies in Hong Kong next week.
Centrally mounted with an oval padparadscha weighing approximately 74cts, this 18k rose gold ring offers a diamond mounted surround and trifurcated shoulders. Certified by SSEF, this Ceylonese origin pastel sapphire is described as “possessing extraordinary characteristics that merit special attention and appreciation.” Of impressive weight and size with outstanding purity, the color of this Sri Lancan padparadscha is highly characteristic for this rare variety of corundum. Exhibiting zero treatments for color or clarity, this virgin GIA certified padparadscha is featured in report number 65177 dated 3rd October 2012, issued by the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute described as displaying a “homogenous delicate orange-pink color.”
The name padparadscha is derived from Sanskrit: ‘padma’ meaning lotus, and ‘raga’ meaning color since it resembles the famed and beautiful lotus flower of Sri Lanka where the source of these remarkable gems was first discovered. Belonging to the corundum family, the slight presence of particular trace elements determines color; while sapphires are tinted with iron and rubies with chromium, padparadschas are honored by a combination of both. This ring will be auctioned in Hong Kong at Christies on 28th May 2013.
This 75.36ct briolette diamond pendant is directly supported by a purplish-pink colored marquise diamond prong-set in rose gold, suspended from an adjustable length 18k white gold briolette diamond chain measuring 45.8cm long. Accompanied by GIA Certificate number 11812033 dated 18th April 2013, this type IIA internally flawless, D color diamond is described as being amongst the most chemically pure and of exceptional optical transparency.
Type IIA diamonds were originally identified as originating from India, particularly the Golconda Region but have since been recovered in all major diamond-producing regions of the world. Both the 530ct Cullinan diamond and the 105ct Koh-I-Noor diamond are categorized as type IIA diamonds. Estimated to realize between approximately nine and thirteen million dollars, this magnificent necklace will be sold in auction by Christies, Hong Kong on 28th May 2013.