1.50ct Old Mine Brilliant Cut J/VVS1 Diamond
Platinum "Uber" Halo Ring set with Single Cut Diamonds
ITEM #: R4292
Platinum Halo Diamond Ring
SHAPE: Old Mine Brilliant
MEASUREMENTS: 7.26 x 6.60 x 3.90 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 59.0%
TABLE SIZE: 47%
GIA REPORT #: 2135725607
TOTAL WEIGHT: 0.37cts
SHAPE: Single Cut
Currently sized at: 6
We will ship the ring in your size.
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Old diamonds are very popular. Many older stones have been re-cut over the years- in fact, demand outstrips supply. A few select cutters re-create older cuts- some do it very well.
We have our own branded Antique Diamonds - cut to increase perceived body color.
With this stone, the goal was the opposite - to reduce body color. The cutter met that goal- in stunning fashion. The stone is cut to modern precision. It really bounces a lot of light around - even in low lighting.
It is a VVS1 so clearly, clarity is no issue.
You are saving a ton because this stone is a J color. An I color is 22% more - D color is more than double.
In the shots below, taken in a light box, the body color is more evident.
This is an amazing piece. The micro pave utilizing single cut diamonds is very special. The effect is dazzling.
The design and workmanship
of our "Uber" rings is unsurpassed - anywhere. From any shop. If you like the ring in these photos, you will love it in person - we guarantee it.
The photos above are ACTUAL Photos of the diamond you will receive.
is a "Single Cut"?
When smaller diamonds were
first polished they were even simpler than the Single Cut. The diamond is
divided by 8 on top and bottom- with a large flat facet on top called the
Here's the basic facet
pattern of a single cut diamond
Looking through the diamond you see something like this
This design is the foundation for every Modern Round Brilliant. Below I've sketched in the additional facet lines that give the Modern Round Brilliant diamond 57 facets, versus 17 for the Single Cut.
is a blow up of single cut diamonds in a double halo.
Where is this ring made?
This ring was manufactured in New York City.
To achieve these results, you need a combination of things. A highly skilled workforce is only the starting point. Specialized tools are required. The reason that the parts join together so well is because the parts were designed, and polished using a microscope..
The methods used for welding involve working in as sterile an environment as possible- while focusing acutely on specific areas using a microscope.