One look says it all...Colombian.
If you have ever seen the classic movie "Gigi", starring the memorable Leslie Caron, you might remember her Aunt Alicia's tutelage, "Do you see that blue flame darting about in the depths of the green light? Only the most beautiful emeralds contain that miracle of elusive blue."
Thus, her training went into the art of being a courtesan in the 1900s (which she naturally rejects).
So, it is with this square, emerald cut emerald of the finest coloration. Simply impossible to show its true depths in photographs or videos, it is incomparable.
Its .70 carats have a depth of color that likely you have rarely seen in person before. Its clarity is also remarkable with only minor inclusion not visible to the naked eye.
For its dazzling companions, there are two old European diamonds, one at .80 carats and one at .72 carats. Nothing but brilliance and white in these G-H color, VS clarity beauties.
Encircling the emerald are nestled more old European cuts, their total weight of .58 carats (H-I color, VS2-SI1 clarity) for a grand total of 2.10 carats for this vintage ring.
Set into a 14k yellow gold bezel, the emerald stands regal. The diamonds show off white gold prongs and the remainder of the elegant mounting was created in yellow gold.
With a Stone Group Laboratory certificate for the emerald stating it is Colombian in origin with evidence of enhancement.