Scarabée Gaïa ring
Blue sapphires, diamonds, opal, white gold
in 1898, René Lalique would depict a beetle with spread wings in an Egyptian brooch. Sarah Bernhardt adopted the beetles as tiny insect pets: she would tie their gold threaded legs and set them on her shoulders like living jewels. Its iridescent reflections made it a choice ornament for both artist and performer.
White gold double-ring with blue sapphires, diamonds, hematite, Ethiopian opal and mother-of-pearl.
- 18K white gold
- 48 blue sapphires 0,37 carat
- 30 diamonds 0,16 carat
- 1 cabochon-cut hematite 0,10 carat
- 1 cabochon-cut Ethiopian opal 1,04 carat
- 2 mother-of-pearl
- Average gold weight 11,55 grams
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