A Crackerjact of a 1930s Sapphire Diamond Platinum Ring

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In the 1930's the term 'crackerjack' came to describe something or someone extra fine. The unique style of this platinum sapphire and diamond ring represents the epitome of 1930's style in jewelry - playfulness, individualistic and beautifully constructed. The central element of this ring contains seven (7) square cut bright blue invisibly set sapphires being clasped by diamond shoulders; three (3) transitional cut white diamonds on one side and one (1) on the other side. Diamonds graded at approximately H color, VS 1 clarity; .40 carat total weight. Acid tested platinum. A stunning one of kind ring for the confident woman who wants something wonderful and different from the norm.

Condition: Excellent
Measurements: Size 5 1/4 - re-sizable for most
Gross Weight: 4.2 dwt; 6.6 grams
Circa: 1930-1940