Extremely unique and very bold is the only way to describe this gemstone and diamond ring from India. Indian jewelers are known for using uncut or rose cut diamonds in a good majority of their jewelry as it truly does present a lovely appearance both unique to the culture and the jewelry industry. This ring is crafted of sterling silver with yellow gold plating underneath on the gallery and there is some reddish tarnish around the bezel set diamonds. At the rings center rests an oval cabochon cut bezel set rubellite gemstone exhibiting the most intense purplish burgundy red hue. A small halo of bead set single cut diamonds encircles around the center gem followed by an outstretch of flower petal like stations encrusted with bezel set diamonds which are uncut/rose cut. These larger diamonds are estimated to weigh about .15 to .20 carats each. The 7.30mm wide shank is encrusted with 4 more of these larger bezel set diamonds just underneath the ‘flower top’ followed by 3 rows of single cut diamonds which are set over the entire surface of the band. The interior gallery is beautifully designed as the flower top part is more organic and fluid and the band is more geometric and organized. The rubellite weighs about 7.00 carats and the total diamond weight comes to approximately 2.50 carats as there are 12 larger diamonds and 94 smaller single cuts. The ring weighs 15.6 grams and is currently a size 7 and cannot be resized. It rises almost 1/2” above your finger and its ring face measures 1 1/2” x 1 1/4”. It’s in great condition with visible tarnish throughout which looks purposeful and intended.