One lady’s platinum, Lazare Kaplan, diamond engagement ring. Item is trademarked “Lazare” and the condition is new.
As the first person to cut a diamond to “ideal proportions”, the Russian Master diamond cutter Lazare Kaplan truly changed the industry with the methods used to obtain this level of beauty. The LK company was the first diamond cutting company to go public, to laser inscribe diamonds, provide branded diamonds, and so much more. The majority of diamond companies today are based off the groundwork Lazare has set.
No less than a true spectacle of radiance, this engagement ring’s centre stone is set with a 1.04ct. round brilliant cut Lazare diamond. The expanse of this stone approximately measures 6.57 – 6.53 x 4.00mm., showing off every perfectly cut facet right down to the cutlet, producing an unrivalled scintillation from its Ideal cut, which is only accentuated by the crystal-clear VS-2 clarity, and near colourless gauge of G.
The girdle of this stone is laser inscribed with two unique serial numbers from both Lazare and GIA. This information can be found on the documentation provided and cross referenced on their websites (https://lazarediamonds.com/MyLazare) and (https://www.gia.edu/report-check-landing).
The band complimenting the breathtaking centre stone is a knife-edge design, meant to appear thinner, pavé set with a total of thirty-two round brilliant cut diamonds on either side of the profile, semi-eternity style. These diamonds approximately measure 1.50 – 1.20 x 0.81mm., with an approximate total weight of 0.31ct., and qualities that present with VS clarity, G-H near colourless, and Ideal cut.
A brilliant promise of love, this engagement ring is currently sized at a 6.5.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Barry’s own Graduate Gemologist with a “total retail replacement value” of $19,500.00.