Burmese ruby necklace, with diamond halo.

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Burmese ruby necklace with diamond halo.

1.34ct Burmese natural ruby, framed with the finest quality natural diamonds, set in 18ct gold, strung on AAAA quality Akoya pearls.

This stunning 1.34ct natural ruby from Burma is a substantial 6.2mm, perfectly brilliant cut. Rubies of this quality and size are incredibly beautiful and rare.  An incredible depth of colour perfectly balanced with brightness, framed with brilliant-cut diamonds, adds brilliance and sparkle from every angle.

Because gemstones are a lifetime passion, David and Nicola have studied at the internationally recognised Gem-A and attained the prestigious DGA. An extensive stock of beautiful diamonds, sapphires, rubies, and emeralds is available. Importantly, we’ll gladly show you a selection and discuss and explain the technical and aesthetic considerations. Your chosen stone will undoubtedly exceed your expectations and be an ongoing delight.

You can select combinations and permutations to ensure every design detail suits you perfectly. Choose from the finest quality diamond, sapphire, and emerald, with or without halo stones, strung on a chain, or gemstones.

The Akoya pearl is a saltwater cultured pearl from the Akoya oyster (Pinctada fucata martensii). Unlike their freshwater cousins, Akoya pearl oysters rarely produce more than two pearls per harvest. The overall length is 18 inches.

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The Price guide shows a 1.34ct, 6.2mm diamond-cut Burmese Ruby framed by 22 diamonds strung on 18-inch  AAAA 3.4mm Akoya pearls.

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Elegantly modern, designed for life, and unmistakably David Ashton creations. His iconic ring stacks have been internationally recognised in Elle, Vogue, V&A, & the TATE, to name a few.

In his younger years, David trained as a scientific and medical instrument maker in Cambridge and, consequently, as an aircraft engineer. This gave him a unique perspective on precision manufacturing, which he applied to jewellery making.

Burmese ruby necklace with diamond halo.


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