A collective gasp involuntarily escapes from the group as an expanse of glittering icicles of white diamonds covering the breadth of the finger is spotted.
A spectacular full eternity ring of platinum highlights 25 French cut diamonds – each a glorious .20 carats – for a total weight of 5.0 carats.
Their high color and clarity is typical of French cuts at G-H and VS1-2. note that the polishing process for French cut diamonds is so labor intensive that they are typically only cut from high color and clarity gems.
What makes a French cut diamond special? Their near star-like faceting structure and square table (top surface) imparts a look like no other. First invented in the 1920s, they still remain scarce today.
With a width of almost 4 mm, heavy gauge platinum enfolds the twenty-five shining beauties in a secure embrace. Within a mille grain accented perimeter, the sides of the ring are embellished with a repeating pattern of tiny floral-like forms flowing one into the other.
Clearly a breathtaking ring for all to envy. Easily stackable, as a wedding ring, or more than enough by itself.