This stylish vintage 10 karat white gold ring was made at the middle of the 20th century (circa 1955). It sports a mint green, lab created, Linde star sapphire secured with 10 prongs. Linde and company (headquartered in Niagara Falls, NY) produced these stones in the 50s and 60s. it is widely accepted that they produced the finest synthetic star sapphires with the strongest visible stars. This one is no exception. It has a beautiful strong six pointed star which is readily apparent. The oval sapphire is surrounded by 10 single cut fine, natural diamonds for added elegance. The sapphire is reminiscent of spring. Being composed of corundum, sapphire is the second hardest natural mineral
. Thus it could be worn daily and would make an excellent choice for an engagement ring.
-10 karat white gold mounting (circa 1955)
-4 millimeter by 6 millimeter oval mint green Linde star sapphire
-10 single cut diamonds, total weight approximately 15/100 carat
-Current size: 5