AN EXTREMELY FINE COLORED DIAMOND, DIAMOND, RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND EMERALD BRACELET, BY RALPH ESMERIAN, CARVIN FRENCH
The flexible graduated band, composed of square-cut fancy yellow diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald diagonal rows, each alternately-set by oval-cut diamond rows, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, 7½ ins.
With maker's mark for Carvin French
With reports 11231285 and 11231366 dated 20 September and 13 September 2000 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the two randomly-tested diamonds are fancy vivid yellow, natural color, VVS2 and VS1 clarity respectively; each accompanied by a working diagram indicating that the clarity is potentially internally flawless
With reports CS 34231, CS 34195 and CS 34196 dating from 29 August to 7 September 2000 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating that it is the opinion of the Laboratory that the origin of the randomly-tested sapphire would be classified as Burma (Myanmar), the randomly-tested emerald would be classified as Colombia and the randomly-tested ruby would be classified as Burma. No gemological evidence of heat induced appearance modification present. It is the opinion of the Laboratory that the emerald exhibits evidence of faint clarity enhancement (Oil Type Treatment/Canadian Balsam)
The total weight of the diamonds, sapphires, rubies, yellow diamonds and emeralds is approximately 22.50, 15.40, 13.30, 12.30 and 10.90 carats respectively