10 December 2009
A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING, BY TIFFANY & CO.
Set with an oval-cut ruby, weighing approximately 3.17 carats, flanked on either side by a half-moon and baguette-cut diamond, mounted in platinum and 18k gold
Signed Tiffany & Co., no. 19412687
With report 11025205 dated 8 November 2002 from the AGTA Gemological Testing Center stating that the data obtained during the examination of this ruby indicates that the probable geographic origin is Burma (Myanmar). Indications of heating, minor residue in healed fissures
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Please note that the ruby weighs 3.17 carats, not 3.70 carats.
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