Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Circa 1970s, the domed gold mount centering on a prong set "coffee color" diamond (9.32 - 9.27 x 5.79 mm) with stated weight of 3.40 carats (Brown color, SI1 clarity) and with vertical rows of full and single cut round diamonds bezel and bead set with stated weight of 2.22 carats (G-H color, VS-I clarity) alternating with finely textured yellow gold bands and with textured detailing to shank, engraved Buccellati / 750 / Italy and scratch engraved 112766. With receipt stating the accent diamonds are set in platinum and the diamond weighing 3.40 carats is "natural coffee color."
18.07mm; Ring size 5.75
9.1 dwt.From a Savannah, Georgia and Greensboro, North Carolina Estate and by Descent
Accompanied with copy of original purchase receipt from Buccellati, Inc., 703 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York dated January 27, 1976.
Buccellati was founded in 1919 by Mario Buccellati and has since been known for its craftsmanship and intricate gold work. This piece showcases the use of the traforato
technique, which is the use of pierced gold with detailed engraving to resemble fine fabric or lace while holding gems. In this example, the traforato
surrounds the center stone and holds the diamond accents.
Good condition; center diamond with a small feather on the table, a small crystal under the table, and an inclusion near the girdle under the crown; some melee diamonds have chips visible under magnification.
$5,000 - 8,000