absolutely drop dead gorgeous Cushion Diamond. It's near colorless- showing a
slight tint at times.
I love these softer colors. It's like an antique in it's own way. Plus, the
"soft white" colors cost a bundle less than the more intense yellow, or
colorless diamonds. I don't equate the price tag with beauty. A stone does not
have to be the most expensive, or "best" quality, to be the most beautiful.
This diamond is the perfect
example why looking at the lower colors makes great sense for some folks.
The cut is such
an important aspect of any diamond.
diamond combines old and new elements. To me, it combines a lot of what I love
about an emerald cut, with elements of a round. There is both sparkle as well as
diamond has a very cool personality. The shape is pleasing and organic.
aspect of this cut is that it looks pretty large for it's weight.
The setting is pure artistry.
Two delicate looking supports gracefully arch up to hold the top of the ring.
This allows space so that you can wear this one right next to a wedding band.
The entire look is dainty and
feminine in it's own way.
The ring looks great on the hand.
Normally, we manufacture all of
our rings in our own factories, right here on 47th St. In this case, we
purchased the ring intact, because we love the style, and the manufacture
quality is up to our high standards. We'll guarantee the ring just the way we
do the ones we make.
The grades below are ours. There
is an EGL report calling the center diamond J SI1. We respectfully disagree with
that result- and in fact, never advertise a diamond as "certified" without a
grade from a GIA report.
ITEM #: R2728
18Karat White Gold Diamond Ring
SHAPE: Cushion Cut
MEASUREMENTS: 5.82 x 4.68 x 2.98 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 63.7%
TABLE SIZE: 59%
TOTAL WEIGHT: 0.40cts
SHAPE: Round Brilliant
18Karat White Gold
Currently sized at: 6.5
We cannot adjust the size of this ring.
There is no GIA report on this item.
The diamond has an EGL report, which we disagree with. We will include that if
you request. We
include our comprehensive appraisal for identification or insurance purposes.
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