Modified Princess Cut W-X, Natural Light Yellow SI2 Diamond
Platinum and 18K Yellow Gold "Uber" Diamond Ring
Item # R4223
ITEM #: R4223
Platinum and 18Karat Yellow Gold Diamond Ring
SHAPE: Princess Cut
COLOR: W-X, Natural Light Yellow
MEASUREMENTS: 8.77 x 8.62 x 5.70 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 66.2%
TABLE SIZE: 68%
GIA REPORT #: 2135871395
TOTAL WEIGHT: 0.80cts
Platinum and 18Karat Yellow Gold 3 Stone
Currently sized at: 6
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This is a really cool
square brilliant cut diamond. I have referred to it a s a "Princess" - but
it's really something unique. This diamond has a very nice bowed edge to it.
This has the effect of subtly softening the square. In terms of life and
sparkle, the stone is fantastic- like a bottomless pit of sparkle.
The In terms of clarity it is an eye clean SI2 stone.
The natural size and shape of the tiny imperfections result in no loss of
We chose beautiful colorless trapezoidal diamonds as the side stones for this ring. They are a perfect compliment in shape while giving a lovely contrast in color to the center stone.
The design motif is
minimalist- the stones are the star of the show. The stones are perfectly
positioned- and perfectly angled.
The metal curves so
gracefully, it's perfectly fluid.
Is a Light Yellow Diamond a "Fancy Color"?
Since the GIA grade does not have the word "Fancy" in it, many people question if a W-X color diamond is a "fancy color" .
I would suggest that those folks have not seen a stone in the light yellow color ranges in person.
As you can see in the photo above, both stones are yellow, just that the one on the right is a bit more yellow. There are differences in shade- and nature provides a shade for everyone!
It bears mentioning that the stone on the right above would cost 50% more than the one on the left. As you can see
now that the stone is set, W-X looks really yellow when it's set. Light
yellow, but unmistakably yellow
The photos above are ACTUAL Photos of the diamond ring you will receive.
To achieve these results, you
need a combination of things. A highly skilled workforce is only the starting
point. Specialized tools are required. The term "microset" is rarely used
accurately. Below, you can see a few workbenches, in the immaculate workspace.
The bench below, used by a setter, is equipped with a microscope. True
The methods used for welding
involve working in as sterile an environment as possible- while focusing
acutely on specific areas using a microscope.