Platinum ring boasting a 6.63 ct. unheated natural Kashmir sapphire set in a four prong mounting. Considered one of the most precious gemstones in the world, the Kashmir sapphire is so rare that is hardly ever seen. One exception to this is the appearance of Kashmir sapphires in museums and now at Perry’s. The discovery of new sapphires in Kashmir is very rare as the mines that produces these has been closed for more than 100 years. They are highly sought after because they are the epitomy of a perfect sapphire. Sizeable Kashmir sapphires are exceptionally rare: only a handful of high quality stones over five carats exists in the world.
This one is 6.60 carats, set in platinum and tastefully accented by .72 carats of VS quality Diamonds, I want you to to notice the saturation of blue throughout the sapphire, most of the time this can only be achieved with external human elements, such as heating or chemical treatments. This rarity is completely untreated and natural, making it amongst the rarest in this carat weight.
It also comes paired with an origin report from worlds finest grading laboratory, GIA. The report details the chemical composition of your ring which is unique to only to this region in the entire world. The ring is a size 6.25 and can be sized. Appraised Value $718,900.00