They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but what happens when you give a girl a coloured diamond? They become inseparable.
This 18k Palladium white gold and 14k rose gold ring gives the perfect contrast of colours, accentuating the natural purple and pink diamonds this gorgeous piece showcases.
Held within the four dainty prongs of the rose gold setting, this 0.31ct. “fancy light purple”, natural Canadian, princess cut diamond is the epitome of stunning. The expanse of this coloured beauty measures at 3.60 x 3.67 x 2.78mm., showing off the shimmer of sparkle per its Very Good cut, all but drowning out the I-1 clarity.
Being a Canadian mined diamond, this stone also features a unique serial number laser inscribed on the girdle of the stone that reads, “(MLR279258)”. This engraving matches the documentation provided, allowing it to be tracked from the Canadian mine it was extracted from, all the way to the consumer after it had been cut and polished. You can rest assured that this diamond was mined ethically, with only the highest environmental standards. You can “track” your diamond at (https://www.mapleleafdiamonds.com/tracking).
The tiered cluster halos flowing from beneath the centre stone shifts from pink to white, with diamonds following suit. Thirty-two, round brilliant cut, natural fancy pink diamonds help to adorn this piece, weighing a total of 0.22ct. These light pink stones have qualities by gauge of VS-1 to I-1 clarity and Very Good to Medium cut.
Decorating the tapered band and scroll detailing of the profile, another thirty-six round brilliant cut diamonds are embedded within the ring for a total weight of 0.18ct. These stark white stones have qualities by gauge of VS to I-2 clarity, F-G-H colour range, and Very Good to Medium cut.
Certificate of Origin and Appraisals provided by Maple Leaf Diamonds and Harold Weinstein LTD. (https://www.hwgem.com), with an “estimated replacement value” of $9,450.00.
Canadian diamond and gold mines have some of the strictest regulations when it comes down to ethical and environmental standards, ensuring that our ecosystems, environment and the people employed within these companies are taken care of. We believe in the social justice for Indigenous Canadian’s and support strong labour laws to ensure these workers, within the mines and surrounding areas, are treated well, paid well, and are protected by their Unions.
Here at Barry’s, we work very closely with Maple Leaf Diamonds because their Green Initiative aligns with our own. All their products, gold and diamonds alike, are ethically sourced and environmentally sound right here in Canada. In tandem with their product, we know that their employees are being respected and their hard work honored.