One lady’s 14k white gold, tourmaline and diamond ring. Item is trademarked and the condition is new.
While tourmaline may be a fairly common gemstone, they have the upper hand by having one of the largest arrays of colours, making them a great alternative for someone looking for a unique shade without breaking budget.
This stunning ring has been crafted in 14k white gold, with an eclectic mix of round brilliant and baguette cut diamonds that alternate within the circumference of the cluster style halo. Climbing up either side of the reverse tapered band are a plethora of round brilliant cuts; the smallest cuts decorating the edges, while the larger stones graduate along the ceiling of the shoulders.
Sitting front and centre, set just above the cluster, is a 1.28ct. oval shaped, faceted tourmaline with an incredible “medium dark tone of strong, purplish red” colour. This stone has an approximate spread of 8.40 – 5.68mm., the large table showing off the eye-clean interior gauged by “moderately included”, with a glistening sparkle added from the good cut.
Between the cluster halo and the band, a total of ninety round brilliant cut diamonds accent this piece, with approximate measurements of 2.2mm to 0.8mm., an approximate total weight of 0.66ct., and qualities by gauge of SI clarity, F-G-H near colourless range, and good cut.
The ten step-cut beauties alternating within the halo bear approximate measurements of 1.8 – 1.1mm., with an approximate total weight of 0.15ct., and qualities by gauge of VVS to VS clarity, F-G near colourless, and good cut. One of the baguettes is chipped.
Currently sized at a 6.5.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Gem Grade Appraisal Service, located in Toronto, with a “suggested insurance coverage” of $4,500.00.