SOLD! for $4,800.00.
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H. Stern aquamarine, diamond and 14K white gold ring, center emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 44.14 carats by formula, in a 14 karat white gold four prong box setting containing 4 round single cut and 2 round modified brilliant cut diamonds with total weight of approximately .12 ct. GIA report 2195831508, dated November 28, 2018, states aquamarine is Octagonal, Step Cut, Transparent, Blue, Natural Beryl, Aquamarine measuring 22.64 x 20.06 x 14.19 mm. 15.03 grams. Mounting marked 14K. No maker's mark. Ring size 5 1/2. Provenance: the estate of Martha Dodge, Hendersonville, Tennessee. Purchased at H. Stern in Rio de Janeiro circa 1945 by Dr. Edward Dunlap; by descent to his niece, Martha Dodge. Purchase paperwork unavailable. Note: Dunlap was chief of the ophthalmology division of Cornell Medical Center in New York. He was a noted gem and mineral collector who bequeathed his mineral collection to Case Western Reserve University upon his death in 2004. CONDITION: Very good condition. See GIA report 2195831508 stating stone is an Aquamarine.