One lady’s 18k white gold 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 a three stone setting, the crowns of this engagement ring flow seamlessly with the band diamond, each of the three diamonds surrounded by its own halo.
Front and centre, surrounded by a unique double halo, is the most gorgeous 0.70ct. Canadian round brilliant cut diamond. Measuring approximately 5.66-5.64 x 3.56mm., this spready stone has near perfect gradings of SI-1 clarity, D colour, and very good cut. Being that this stone was ethically, and reliably mined in the Ekati/Diavik mines in the Northwest Territories, it is laser inscribed with “GIA 1156747554 – Maple Leaf – Canada Mark logos – CMCO 40525” on the girdle which allows for the diamond to be tracked from the mine, to where it was cut and polished, to the consumer.
Accompanying the centre stone are two smaller round brilliant cuts, measuring 3.3mm., with an approximate weight of 0.30ct. All of the smaller accent diamonds in the halos, crawling down the pristine 18k white gold band, and imbedded in the facial crescents accumulate to a total of ninety-two round brilliant cuts, varying in measurements, with an approximate total weight of 0.50ct. All of these stones are graded with the “Tacori Standard” of VS clarity, F-G colour, and very good cut.
This non-traditional trinity engagement ring is currently sized to a 6.5.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Gem Grade Appraisal Service, located in Toronto, with a “suggested insurance coverage” of $15,000.00.