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 as part of the “Petite Crescent” collection, the crown of this ring sits atop a delicate band of 18k white gold, dripping in round brilliant cut diamonds at every angle. Sitting at the very peak is a stunning 0.59ct. cut-cornered, square modified brilliant cut diamond, that was mined, cut, and polished in Ontario, Canada. This amazing Ontarian stone, though on the smaller side with exact measurements of 4.72 x 4.71 x 3.47mm., presents a crystal-clear clarity by gauge of VS-2, with a colourless E grading, and a brilliant starfire bursting from the centre of the stone thanks to the Very Good cut.
The girdle of the stone is laser inscribed with "(Maple Leaf Symbol) D900V-0901A" and "GIA 2167021596", matching the documentation provided, which can also be cross referenced on the GIA website (https://www.gia.edu/report-check-landing).
Decorating the ceiling and profile of the band are a total of forty-six round brilliant cut diamonds, with approximate measurements of 1.50 - 0.70 x 0.66mm., an approximate total weight of 0.43ct., and qualities by gauge of VS clarity, G colour, and Good cut.
This Tacori beauty is currently sized at a 6.5.
Certificate of appraisal provided by Barry's own Graduate Gemologist with a "total retail replacement value" of $11,400.00.