Ring With Red Tourmaline & Diamonds in Gold From Our Workshop

Some time ago we had a surprising visit. The two grandsons of a gemstone dealer from Stockholm had moved to Berlin and brought a small treasure with them. In their grandfather's estate, they had found a small box that had lain unnoticed in the attic for decades. It was filled with sparkling gemstones in very different colours - tourmalines and beryls, already cut. Gustav Caesar had acquired the gems in May 1956, as the handwritten list in the box reveals. Around 170 carats of wonderful gemstones in all the colours of the rainbow had thus been waiting for around 65 years to finally be allowed to shine in the light of the sun! We did not hesitate for long and immediately took over the collection. But how should we present the gemstones? Our goldsmiths designed a ring entirely focused on the presentation of the gemstones. A narrow ring band made of high-carat yellow gold restrainedly wraps around the finger. In its center, the oval faceted gemstone is held securely by four times two prongs. It is accompanied by three white diamonds on the right and left as sparkling points of light. The high-carat gold is historical material that we have recycled ourselves for reasons of sustainability, and the diamonds are also historical stones that already have a history of their own, because they come from pieces of jewellery that have become unfashionable and have been melted down. Set in the ring here is a dark red natural tourmaline from the Swedish collection. Tourmalines occur in a variety of colours, with the red varieties also being called rubellites. These rare gemstones have been known in Europe only since the beginning of the 18th century, when Dutch merchants brought them from East Asia for the first time. We like this ring because it is unfussy and lets the beautiful gemstone from former Swedish ownership completely take the lead. In addition, it is wonderful to combine. Which of the sparkling colours do you like best? Discover all other rings from this edition here!

We want you to be 100% satisfied! For that reason, we examine, describe and photograph all of our jewellery with the utmost care.

You can rely on our years of experience in the trade and our expertise as a professional art historians for reviews of the antique jewellery. As a member of various trader organisations and the British Society of Jewellery Historians, we remain committed to the highest possible degree of accuracy. In our descriptions, we always also indicate any signs of age and defects and never hide them in our photos – this saves you from any unpleasant surprises when your package arrives.

Should you for some reason not be satisfied, please don’t hesitate to contact us so that we can begin to find a solution together. In any case, you can return any article within 30 days and we will refund the full purchase price.


We want you to be 100% satisfied! That’s why we examine, describe and photograph all our jewellery with the utmost care.

If for any reason you are still not satisfied, contact us and we will find a mutual solution immediately. Regardless, you can return any item within 30 days and we will refund you the full purchase price.