2.37ctw Vintage Conch Pearl & Diamond Ring
Only massively obsessed with this serpent motif conch pearl and diamond bypass style ring!
According to the GIA website:
"Conch "pearls" are calcareous concretions produced by the Queen conch molliisk, Strombus gigas, which is found in various areas of the Caribbean. Although conch "pearls" occur in a range of colors, the pink are usually the most desirable." Desirable and extremely rare, conch pearls are technically not pearls due to their non-nacreous nature, they are still referred as such and gem quality specimens command a premium in the market.
This particular ring showcases the pearl in all its pink glory, and the serpent motif is beautiful on the finger as the diamonds sparkle like mad on the finger. The pearl is an elegant pear shape that is just perfect for the ring style.
Platinum, size 5.25 & slightly resizable.
Diamonds are estimated to be G/I colors & VS/SI clarities. GIA standards
Please see qualitative report for more information.