The Mariner Sapphire and Lab Grown Diamond Navette Ring in 14K White Gold


Discover The Elizabeth Henry Collection's exquisite selection of vintage-inspired rings, capturing the enduring allure of the 1920s!

Behold the Mariner sapphire and diamond navette style ring, a masterful blend of captivating contrast and romantic vintage design, weaving a dazzling symphony of sparkle. The scalloped navette shaped halo, adorned with brilliant diamonds and vivid blue calibre-cut sapphires, creates a timelessly stylish and romantically evocative wearable masterpiece.

Immerse yourself in the precision of unparalleled craftsmanship, mirroring the Art Deco era's finesse through the exquisite calibre-cut technique. Within the deep hues of its natural blue sapphires lies a captivating 1.10-carat lab-grown diamond, graded "G" in color and VS1 in clarity—a charming oval cut gem that commands attention from across the room.

Metal: 14K White Gold
Gem: Lab Grown Diamond, 1.10 Carats, G in Color, VS1 in Clarity
Gem Measurements: 8.08 mm x 5.87 mm, Oval
Accents: Blue Sapphires totaling .55 Carats, Diamonds totaling .18 Carats
Ring Size: 6.5
Marks: "14K" Stamped on the inside band _________________________________________________________________________

Would you like to personalize the Mariner?

The Mariner ring offers the option to feature your own chosen stone or select from our curated assortment of hand-picked gemstones. For a touch of vintage charm, we recommend enhancing the allure of this exquisite antique-inspired piece with an antique-cut European or old mine-cut diamond. If you're inclined to switch out the sapphires, consider the possibility of setting emeralds or rubies. Please note that, currently, the Mariner is exclusively available in 14K white gold.

All mountings are crafted to order, necessitating a 2-3 week processing time before shipment. Should you have any questions or require further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us directly. We look forward to the opportunity to connect with you!

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