14Kt Gold Ring 11ct Prasiolite Ring High Fashion Bruce Magnotti Cocktail Ring Fine Jewelry Size 5 1/4
What a stunning 11 Carat Prasiolite cocktail ring in excellent condition. It's a show stopping vintage ring that was designed by the famous Bruce Magnotti. This ring was most recently appraised in 2006.
The tourmaline cut and polish is of excellent quality and the clarity is rated as VS-1. The stone is a very clear extremely pale green color and the stunning setting only enhances the stones natural beauty.
It is a size 5 1/4. This ring can easily be re-sized by a competent quality jeweler. It's a true show stopper, and is brand new and comes gift boxed!
Shipping charges for this ring include delivery confirmation, tracking and insurance due to the high value of this piece.
This ring was purchased directly from Bruce Magnotti's collection. Bruce has been designing fabulous rings for the Hollywood stars for many years. He is also known as "Lord Of The Rings"
This piece was most recently appraised for a value of $1650.00 in 2006 by The NorthWest Gemological Laboratory in Seattle, Washington. It has substantially increased in value since that time.
Your purchase includes not only this gorgeous ring and the most recent appraisal that we had done in 2006, but it will also be gift boxed in a black velvet ring box with a white silk liner, as well as an additional white gift box for easy wrapping.
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Below you will find more information regarding Bruce Magnotti and his famous designs!
Green Jeweler in the U.S.
Fox News Los Angeles
During the 2007 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Bruce Magnotti's solid gold and platinum cocktails rings were worn by everyone from Elizabeth Shatner, to Shaun Toub, and to Tanya Tucker during the shooting of the first segment of her reality show, Tuckerville.
Fox News declared him, "The first green jeweler in the U.S." for his dedication to recycling both the precious metals and the gemstones in his popular cocktail rings. The bands are recycled and refinished wedding bands, some from over a century ago. The gems are from estate sources throughout the world or from certified "zero conflict" areas of the world.
Bruce has worked as a jewelry wardrobe designer for numerous television shows and participated in fashion events for the MTV Music Video Awards in 2003, the Billboard Awards in 2004, the Al Green Tribute in 2005, and many others including the Emmy's in 2007.
Seattle's Andy Warhol
The Perle Mesta of Seattle
Washington Magazine (Summer 2009) refers to Bruce Magnotti as "Seattle's Andy Warhol" for "the diverse and prolific nature of Magnotti's art". Magnotti has captured the attention of many, including J.J.McKay, titled Seattle's Perle Mesta by the Seattle Times. He has also titled Bruce as Seattle's "Wharholian" character. Magnotti's sense of style, his authorship of everything from religion, psychological theory, antique price guides, and poetry, his world renowned photography and erotic videography, his video editing, music mixing, and aerial arts performance, as well as his unique green jewelry design have created a mystique about him that is unparalleled.