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South Sea Pearl and Diamond Cocktail Ring, Oscar Heyman and Brothers
South Sea Pearl and Diamond Cocktail Ring, Oscar Heyman and Brothers

South Sea Pearl and Diamond Cocktail Ring, Oscar Heyman and Brothers

SKU: J0009

15mm semi-baroque south sea pearl at center with 1.52 carats of tapered baguette cut diamond, 1.50 carats of round brilliant cut diamond and 0.52 carats of round brilliant cut yellow diamond accents. 18K yellow gold and platinum ring, size 6, Oscar Heyman and Brothers

Unique Elements
This ring features lively well matched yellow and white diamonds as well as the beautiful South Sea pearl. The architecture of this ring is classic Oscar Heyman and Brothers and reflects their skill as the “jeweler’s jeweler.”

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Semi-Baroque Pearl South sea pearls are the largest of all pearls, typically ranging from 11-16mm. Semi-baroque refers to a pearl which is slightly less than symmetrical, either round or oval or button. This pearl is a highly desirable white color, with pink undertone.

Yellow Diamond Yellow diamonds are the most valuable of all yellow gems. All yellow in diamonds is caused by trace elements of nitrogen, and the most desirable is a pure yellow, without green or orange undertones. Yellow diamonds can also be called “cape” diamonds after diamonds found in the cape area of Africa in the 1800s.

Cocktail Ring A large ring worn on any finger other than the left ring finger can be called a cocktail ring. The history of the cocktail ring goes back to the American prohibition era of the 1920s. During this time, alcoholic beverages were banned, leading to the rise of illegal drinking establishments called speakeasies where for the first time, women were also in attendance. These art deco era women would drink glamorous cocktails in their best outfits which included oversized gemstone rings to flash while raising their glasses. Cocktail rings can feature any large stone, from diamond, sapphire, pearl and emerald to tourmaline, aquamarine or citrine. Others feature smaller stones set together to form flowers or animals such as panthers or tigers.

Baguette Cut The baguette-cut dates back to the art deco period of the 1930s. Cut in a long thin rectangle with 14 facets, this cut is named after its resemblance to the long thin French bread. Like the emerald cut, the baguette cut highlights the clarity of the stone.

Round Brilliant-Cut The Round Brilliant Cut dates back to 1919, when Marcel Tolkowsky calculated a formula for proportional diamond design to maximize fire, brilliance and wearability, published as “Diamond Design: A Study of the Reflection and Refraction of Light in Diamond.” A round brilliant diamond can also be called a full cut diamond if it features the cutting standard of 57 or 58 facets.

Oscar Heyman and Brothers, Inc. Oscar and Nathan Heyman established Oscar Heyman and Brothers, Inc. in New York in 1912. Known as “the jeweler’s jeweler,” Heyman produced jewels for houses including Shreve and Co. and Tiffany and Co. as well as under their own name. Heyman is known for the “invisible setting” – presenting gems perfectly matched to fit next to each other with no visible metal, as they are set into hidden tracks holding them in place. Famous Heyman clients include Elizabeth Taylor, Nancy Reagan, President Jimmy Carter and Frank Lloyd Wright.

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