One lady’s 10k rose gold, tourmaline and diamond ring. Item is trademarked and the condition is new.
For the lover of elongated shapes, gemstones, and alternative styled engagement rings, this one was made for you. Raised above a single halo of diamonds, within dainty rose gold claws, is a 1.70ct. emerald cut tourmaline that measures approximately 7.50-6.12mm. Moody tones of pinks and purples come together, gauged by “medium tone of strong, purplish red colour”, to tug on heart strings and steal the show with it slightly included clarity, and very good cut.
In the rectangular halo surrounding the mauve gemstone are twenty round brilliant cut diamonds, measuring 1.3-1.2mm. Lining the underside of the setting are fourteen RBC diamonds, measuring 1.1-1.0mm. These thirty-four total stones weigh an approximate 0.23ct. and are graded with SI clarity, G-H colour, and good cut.
This soft rose coloured, solitaire styled band, is currently sized to a 4.75.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Gem Grade Appraisal Service, located in Toronto, with a “suggested insurance coverage” of $2,400.00.