Harry Winston Colombian Emerald, Diamond and Gold Ring, 1973

Important Colombian Emerald and Diamond Cocktail Ring by Harry Winston

Ring set with a cushion cut emerald weighing 52.51-carats, 72 round diamonds weighing 13.04-carats and 16 brilliants weighing 3.32-carats mounted in 18-karat yellow gold, circa 1970s.

Accompanied by a gemological report from Swiss Gemmological Institute — SSEF stating that the origin of this natural emerald is Colombia, exhibiting a remarkable size and weight with a well-saturated green color and fine purity. An additional appendix from SSEF further states that the emerald has extraordinary characteristics that merit special mention and appreciation.

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When he was 12 years old, in 1910, Harry Winston purchased his first gemstone. Winston stopped by a pawn shop and bought a green “stone” for 50 cents that the owner thought was a piece of glass. Two days later, Winston sold it for $800. The stone turned out to be an emerald.

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One of the most famous jewels that Harry Winston owned was the emerald and diamond Inquisition Necklace. It was part of “The Court of Jewels” that toured the country raising money for charitable causes between 1949 and 1953.

From its founding in 1932 until now, Harry Winston, has been dedicated to featuring the rarest and finest colored gemstones in extravagant jewelry, as seen in this 52.51-carat emerald and diamond ring.

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