Preferences in the style and look of jewelry may ebb and flow like the world’s oceans. Yet, size is one of those qualities that stands out as ultra desirable for that certain client.
Here is a knock-out example of cluster or halo ring, similar in style to a ballerina design. Centered is an emerald step-cut faceted aquamarine of a never-say-never 16.75 carats that casts its hypnotic spell in all directions.
Embraced by a surround of 36 marquise cut diamonds their total weight is 1.8 carats. Arranged at a slight angle, two tiers of brilliance make a tantalizing tableau for the finger. With a fine color of G-H and a clarity of VS2, the basics are there for white and shimmering ice that is non-stop.
The prodigiously proportioned aquamarine and surround is set in an marvelous mounting of platinum. Simple and chic, it takes nothing away from the top cluster of gemstone and diamonds.
The gallery presents as an open work coronet setting with the under gallery a study in the architectural strength of the arch. Each of the shoulders is embellished with an open work design following the contours of the tapering shank.