A thirteen carat lavender star sapphire sits prominently in a wide band of white gold, exuding intrigue and bold style in this mid-century ring. Its glowing periwinkle lavender hue is reminiscent of the finest moonstones, mystical and rich. Three diamonds are inlaid in a row on either side, adding subtle flashes of light that perfectly compliment the sapphire's lightning-like floating white star. Bright with six points, it is a stunning display of asterism. The six diamonds are all single cut and graded near colorless G grade and VS clarity grade. This 1950s ring is currently a size 11 1/2 and may be resized upon request. The top of the ring is about 10 millimeters tall and the band's width graduates from 4 1/2 to 14 millimeters, for scale.