Stunning doesn’t even begin to describe the absolute radiance this piece has to offer. Truly a breathtaking piece of art, the craftsmanship used to bring this ring to life is no less than awe-inspiring. Not only can this majestic piece be worn as a ring, but as a pendant as well due to the custom setting that seamlessly combines the band to the decorated table.
While the “pendant” has been arranged to form the shape of a pear, the focal point of this masterpiece is a ravishing 3.01ct. pear cut, natural fancy yellow diamond. Graded by GIA before being set into its four, 18k yellow gold tiger claws, this immaculate stone presents physical qualities that are gauged with an even colour distribution, very good polish, and good symmetry. Internally, its clarity is graded as an SI-1, which displays eye-clean with nothing but the immaculately cut faceting.
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 yellow diamond is a fine halo of brilliant round cut diamonds, that is followed by a layer of sixteen, 2.6mm, round brilliant cuts that provide a “bubbled” look, with a final border of small round brilliant cuts creating a stunning scalloped edge. Between the dazzling table and pavé set, knife edge band, a total of one hundred and seventy-six stones have been used to accent, offering an approximate total weight of 2.25cts., with qualities by gauge of VS to SI clarity, F-G colour, and good to very good quality cut.
Incessantly gorgeous, this monumental piece of art is expertly appraised by Gem Grade Appraisal Service, located in Toronto, with an incredible insurance coverage of $55,000.00.