Vintage: A Rose Gold, Ruby & Diamond Cocktail Watch Ring by Cortébert
A ruby and diamond “Cocktail” Watch Ring by Cortébert, c.1950’s in 18ct rose gold. The dial is covered by a pierced, circular set of gold rays set with a brilliant cut diamond in the center and small cabochon rubies that surround the outer edge. The cover is hinged to reveal a white dial with lozenge-shaped dial markers, and a Cortébert marked dial. It is a sixteen jewel lever movement with Swiss marks.
Cortébert, a Swiss watch company founded in 1790 in the town of Cortébert, Switzerland, was considered to be a maker of high quality watches in addition to a supplier of movements to Rolex.
The ring is beautiful on the hand and is truly a unique piece that you won’t see on anyone else. We have had the movement serviced by an expert watchmaker and it is in working order.
Dimensions & Details: Vintage Diamond and Ruby Ring
- The ring is a US 6 3/4. Note: This ring can be sized up or down 1 1/2 sizes by your trusted local jeweler as there is no pattern on the back part of the shank/band of the ring. After a ring has been sized, it is considered customized and cannot be returned.
- The diameter of the face of the ring (edge of ruby cabochon) is 19.7mm.
- The rubies are cabochon cuts and have a bright pink hue. The center diamond has a diameter of approximately 3.2 mm.
Period & Hallmarks
- Circa 1950's
- Inside the case: marked Cortébert, 750 for 18ct gold, and Swiss marks .
- The outside of the ring is in very good condition. The dial of the watch is in good condition. With magnification, a few marks and spots are visible with a little oxidation on the crown (more visible in the pictures than would be seen on the hand). The crystal is in good condition having been protected by the cover.
- We have had the watch serviced by an expert jeweler with over 40 years of watch repair experience. It is in working order. It should be wound every day and a half or so to keep time. If worn on an occasional basis, wind it from time to time (e.g. once a month) to take care of the movement. When winding, wind slowly until you start to feel a slight resistance.
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