One lady’s 18kt yellow gold, emerald and diamond ring. Item is previously enjoyed.
Recognized as one of the four most precious gems, emeralds radiate a certain grace and eloquence to them that make them highly sought after due to their superior status. Rare and beautiful, the stone’s stunning green hues have brought it an honored status across cultures worldwide. This previously loved ring showcases more than enough reasons as to why these beryl rocks are loved so dearly.
This particular emerald is a mixed faceted, oval cut, claw-set within 14kt gold; not just securing this precious gem but making its “medium tone of moderately strong, slightly bluish green” colour pop against its rich yellow backdrop. Weighing approximately 1.10ct. and measuring approximately 8.10 – 5.95 x 3.98mm., the spready table perfectly shows off the bright turquoise hue, accented by the subtle sparkle of the Good cut.
Though graded with moderate to heavy inclusions, the uniquely beautiful birthmarks only add to the gorgeous attributes it already radiates. Supplying this regal style with extra glitter, ten round brilliant cut diamonds, weighing an approximate total of 0.28ct., are channel set within the gold setting. These stones boast their fabulous near colourless grading of F-G with the addition of a medium to good cut, and though graded with I-1 clarity, that certainly doesn’t take away from their sparkle.
Though sometimes referred to as the “Jewel of Kings”, this ring is fit for a queen.
Currently sized to a 6.25.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Gem Grade Appraisal Services, located in Toronto, with a “suggested insurance coverage” of $3,000.00. "