One lady’s 18k white gold, tourmaline and diamond Tacori engagement ring. Item is trademarked and the condition is new.
Handcrafted in California, each and every Tacori ring is quite literally hand made by highly skilled artisans. From the molds of the ring, to carving the signature crescent design, to setting each individual stone – it is all done in house, by hand. Tacori rings combine regality and passion, offering something for everyone while being unique in their execution. This particular Tacori is no different.
Designed in their “Classic 360” foundation, from their “Classic Crescent” collection, the crown of this engagement ring sits in centred between delicate silver twists, lavished in twinkling diamonds that fall in a half-eternity style. The twisting platinum ropes continue around the bottom half of the band but are open concept in their fashion. The round mixed cut, 1.70ct. tourmaline is showcased in dainty but strong prongs, putting all the focus on the spready table of this moody gemstone, which measures at 7.13 – 7.18 x 4.65mm., showing off the “orangy pink” hues and slight inclusions speckled within the stone.
Crawling up the inner face of the foundation is Tacori’s signature design; the “Classic Crescent” fabric, delicately carved out of the white gold itself. Between these stones and the ones set into the ceiling of the band, there are a total of thirty-six round brilliant cut diamonds, with measurements ranging from 0.90 – 2.00mm., and an approximate total weight of 0.41ct. These stark white beauties have qualities graded at the “Tacori standard” of VS-1 to VS-2 clarity, F-G colour, and very good cut.
This braided beauty is currently sized at a 6.5.
Certificate of appraisal provided by International Gem Assessment Inc (www.accreditedappraisers.com) with an estimated “retail replacement value” of $7,500.00.
*Sizing may not be accommodable due to the design of the band.