An Emerald Fit For Cleopatra

An antique Victorian find set with perfect vivid blue green emeralds.

Cleopatra was known for her passion for emeralds. A precious gemstone on par with diamonds, rubies, and sapphires. The most desirable emeralds are those that possess a rich bluish green hue. The emeralds set in this Victorian ring are just that a vividly saturated blue-green. And the coup de gras are the 17 old mine cut diamonds set in a navette setting. Navette meaning a diamond or marquise shape. A popular shape for the time.