One lady’s platinum 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 “Cathedral” foundation, in the “Dantela” collection, the crown of this engagement ring swoops high atop a dainty diamond band and is encompassed by a cushion shaped, spotlight halo of diamonds, allowing for maximum light reflection. The centre showcases a Cut-Cornered Square Modified Brilliant cut, GIA graded, Canadian Victor diamond, with exact measurements of 4.37 x 4.36 x 3.18mm., and an exact total weight of 0.47ct. This gorgeous square shaped stone has internal qualities by gauge of VS-2 clarity, stark white F colour, and Very Good cut.
Being that this rock is Canadian, it features a unique laser inscription along the girdle that matches the documentation provided. Also graded by GIA before being set, the information of this diamond can be cross referenced on their website using the GIA Report Number (https://www.gia.edu/report-check-landing).
Decorating the peek-a-boo halo, slim band, and signature crescents carved out of the ring’s platinum profile are a total of fifty-two round brilliant cut diamonds. These stones have approximate measurements of 1.30 – 0.70 x 0.60mm., an approximate total weight of 0.22ct., and qualities by gauge of VS clarity, G colour, and Good cut.
This stunning mix of American and Canadian meets in the middle to create a truly beautiful piece of art.
Currently sized at a 6.5, this Tacori engagement ring is sure to please.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Barry’s own Graduate Gemologist with a “total retail replacement value” of $8,200.00.