One lady’s 18kt white gold and black diamond engagement ring, soldered with two 18k white gold and diamond wedding bands. Items are previously enjoyed.
Throughout history, the gift of giving flowers has been used as a way for people to communicate. Whether it’s a show of condolences or affections, the sentiment has been utilized by Ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Chinese alike. The history of flower giving continues to be written, though flowers aren’t forever. With this piece you can not only preserve your floral arrangement, but the sentiment and meaning behind the gift as well.
This particular flower is designed with eight diamond embedded petals; four immediately surrounding the black diamond centre stone like a halo, with the other four petals peeking out from beneath.
The pistil of this blossom is a gorgeous, 2.85ct. Round shaped, faceted opaque black diamond that shines from its good cut. Set within the petals, along either side of the knife-edge band of the engagement ring, and the two diamond wedding bands that have been soldered to either side of the ring, are a total of one hundred and sixty-two round brilliant cut diamonds. These stones measure approximately 1.7mm to 1.2mm, with a total approximate weight of 1.96ct., and quality gradings of VS to SI clarity, G-H colour, and good to very good cut.
Continue this ring's story of blooming love. Currently sized to a 5.5.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Gem Grade Appraisal Service with a “suggested insurance coverage” of $11,000.00.