A fancy colored diamond and diamond solitaire ring
centering a modified rectangular-cut fancy yellow diamond, weighing 15.45 carats, with triangular-shaped diamond shoulders in a plain mount; estimated remaining diamond weight: 3.20 carats; mounted in platinum and fourteen karat gold; size 6
- Please note this ring is the Property from the estate of Dorothy McGuire of The McGuire Sisters
Dorothy McGuire Williamson and her 2 sisters Christine and Phyllis-aka-The McGuire Sisters, had six gold records in a career that spanned 50 years. Some of their better known songs were "Sugartime" and "Sincerely." Dorothy and her Sister's performed for five American President's and for Queen Elizabeth II. They were inducted into the Nation Broadcasting Hall of Fame and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. In 1952, the Sister's were signed by Coral Records and won Arthur Godfrey's Talents Scout where they remained for 7 seven years. During that time the Sisters made NYC their home. Dorothy and her Sister's last major performance was in 2004 for the PBS special "Magic Moments".