Story

Fancy color diamonds are created when trace elements exist within the stone or when the stone has been irradiated during formation. Gemologists know that the presence of boron creates a blue shade and nitrogen causes yellow coloration. Yet so far no one has determined what is the causative factor in the formation of one of the rarest, that of the pink diamond.

Here a wondrous round brilliant diamond of 1.33 carats (J-K color; SI 1-2 clarity) is set of beautifully by two (2) natural pink diamonds of .10 carats total diamond weight. Each side of the platinum mount is accented with an additional grouping of twelve (12) round brilliants apiece for a total diamond weight of .41 carats. The pinks have been masterfully set in rose gold to compliment their gorgeous color. The total carat weight for the ring is 1.84 carats of ultimate brilliance and color.

Accompanied by gemological lab certificate valued at $12,070 (see "More Details").

Item 12252

Passion in Pink - Diamond Platinum Ring

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Story

Fancy color diamonds are created when trace elements exist within the stone or when the stone has been irradiated during formation. Gemologists know that the presence of boron creates a blue shade and nitrogen causes yellow coloration. Yet so far no one has determined what is the causative factor in the formation of one of the rarest, that of the pink diamond.

Here a wondrous round brilliant diamond of 1.33 carats (J-K color; SI 1-2 clarity) is set of beautifully by two (2) natural pink diamonds of .10 carats total diamond weight. Each side of the platinum mount is accented with an additional grouping of twelve (12) round brilliants apiece for a total diamond weight of .41 carats. The pinks have been masterfully set in rose gold to compliment their gorgeous color. The total carat weight for the ring is 1.84 carats of ultimate brilliance and color.

Accompanied by gemological lab certificate valued at $12,070 (see "More Details").

Measurements: 5/16 of an inch (0.7 cm) in width north to south on the hand and rises 5/16 of an inch (0.7 cm) off the finger. Weight of 5.6 grams (3.6 dwt).

Ring Size: US 6-3/8 (UK M-1/2; Euro 53.5; Japanese 13.5) and can be easily sized.
Ring sizing information.

Hallmarks: Plat; 14k; maker’s mark “MF”; engraved “1.33”.

Condition: New

Date: Modern

Note 1: All diamond weights, color grades and clarity are approximate since the stones were not removed from their mounts to preserve the integrity of the setting.

Note 2: This ring comes with an International Gemological Institute (IGI) certification for the main and accent diamonds with a retail replacement value of $12,070.