Stunning doesn’t even begin to describe the absolute radiance this piece has to offer. Truly a breathtaking piece of art, the craftsmanship that has been put in to bring this ring to life is no less than awe-inspiring. Not only can this majestically crafted piece be worn as a ring, but as a pendant as well due to the custom setting that attaches the “pendant” and band.
While the “pendant” has been arranged to form the shape of a pear, the majority of the diamonds adorning it are also pear-cut. Doubtlessly the focal point of this masterpiece is the ravishing 0.80ct. pear cut, natural fancy brownish, purplish, pink, diamond. Graded by GIA before being set into its three, 18k rose gold claws, this immaculate stone presents physical qualities that are gauged with an even colour distribution, excellent polish, and good symmetry.
Internally, its qualities are by gauge of VS-2 clarity, and good cut, which are perfectly observed through the spready table that measures at 6.86 x 5.25 x 3.09mm. Being that this stone is GIA, the unique laser inscription found along the girdle of the diamond can be cross referenced on the GIA website (https://www.gia.edu/report-check-landing) with the identification number provided in the documentation papers.
Framing the pink diamond is a fine halo of twenty-one round brilliant cut pink diamonds, set within the rose gold to perfectly compliment their purplish pink hues. These 0.90 – 0.89 x 0.56mm. stones weigh approximately 0.10ctw., and present qualities by gauge of SI-1 to I-1 clarity and good cut.
Following the halo of pink are more of these pear-cut beauties, claw set within 18k white gold with their points facing inward, allowing for a scalloped appearance that flows within the final diamond border. These fifteen pear shaped cut diamonds have an approximate total weight of 1.19ct., and approximate measurements of 3.75 x 2.36 x 1.49mm. that perfectly show off the crystal-clear VS-1 to SI-1 clarity, practically stark white colour per its gauge of G-H, and radiating sparkle from the very good cut.
For the grand finale, round accents form a scalloped edging that flows perfectly around each of the pear-shaped diamonds, before transitioning seamlessly into the 3.55mm. rounded, pavé set band. These one hundred nine round brilliant cut diamonds have an approximate total weight of 0.31ct., and approximate measurements of 1.27 – 0.57 x 0.55mm. which, despite their petite size, shimmer endlessly with thanks to their VS-1 to SI-1 clarity, F-G colour, and very good cut.
Incessantly gorgeous, this monumental piece of art is expertly appraised by Gemologist, Appraiser, and Registered Master Valuer, Sherrie Anne Taylor (S. Taylor Jewellery Appraisal & Consultation - https://stjewelleryappraisal.com) with a “total retail replacement value”, though this piece is not readily replaceable, of a jaw-dropping $80,000.00.