Emily • Twisted Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Ring
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Looking for the ultimate symbol of your L'amour?
This elegant diamond engagement ring is composed of the singular princess-cut diamond at its center. This classically cut diamond is elevated on a four-prong setting, to further emphasize its Fire, Life, and Brilliance, and sits atop a ~2.0 mm-wide 18K Gold band with micro pave round brilliant diamonds on the shoulders of the shank. Two precious birthstones are carefully set right through the gallery to give a more emotional edge to this lifetime piece. A perfect piece for your perfect love.
Make a bold statement and cement your love with EMILY
|Gemstone type||Natural Diamond (GIA)|
|Gemstone weight(ct)||1.00 carats|
|Modern Gem Item #||ND38475020608|
|Side stones type:||Natural Diamonds|
|Approx total carat weight||0.15 carats|
|Stones shape / cut||Round|
|Metal Type||18K Gold|
|Certificate||GIA & MGJ|
Diamonds are one of the most coveted diamonds on the planet. Since olden days, mankind has been enchanted by the unique beauty and infinite shine of this gem. The diamond is the only jewel composed of a single element, carbon, and is known to be the hardest naturally occurring mineral on the earth. Within the earth's crust, this gorgeous gemstone is created under extreme temperatures and pressures. It is a really unique gemstone due to its chemical makeup, structure, and formation process. Diamonds are believed to have first been mined in India approximately 4000 years ago along the banks of the Krishna, Penner, and Godavari rivers. India started trading diamonds as early as the 4th century BC, according to historians. Brazil became a significant source of diamonds in the 18th century. The first major diamond resource in South Africa was discovered in the late 1800s.
Diamonds are nowadays mined in various places of the world. Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Russia, and Canada are some of the most prominent sources. The name diamond comes from the Greek word 'adamas,' which means "invincible" or "indestructible." Diamonds are noted for their incredible hardness, scoring 10 on the Mohs scale. A diamond can only be scratched by another diamond. Diamonds are available in a variety of colors in addition to white. Yellow and brown are the most popular diamonds, while blue, green, orange, and red are the rarest.
Fearlessness, abundance, perfection, and illumination are all attributes associated with diamonds. It is renowned as the 'Stone of Invincibility' due to its unyielding hardness. Diamonds are also believed to bring its wearer triumph and power. Diamonds gemstones are also considered to be the birthstone for those born in the month of April. It is also the gemstone connected with the 60th and 75th wedding anniversaries. This jewel, which is a symbol of purity, love, and eternity, is a favorite center stone for engagement and wedding rings.
Diamonds are available in a variety of hues. Diamonds in the normal color group span from colorless to light yellow to brown. Colorless diamonds are the most expensive and rarest of all of them. There are also 'fancy' diamonds that are less expensive and available in red, pink, yellow, purple, blue, and green. 'Champagne' and 'cognac' diamonds are terms used to describe brown and yellow diamonds. Even the slightest color shift can drastically influence a diamond's value.
The official standard color grading system for diamonds range from 'D' to 'Z'. Diamonds with a Z-K rating have noticeable color and are not very valuable. J-I are almost colorless, with a warm tone that can be detected. H and G are nearly colorless as well. Unless they are compared to a colorless stone, it is difficult to tell what hue these diamonds are. Although F and E appear colorless to the naked eye, an expert gemologist can identify minute amounts of color. D-graded diamonds are colorless, highly rare, and extremely precious.
Diamonds are nowadays mined in various places of the world. Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Russia, and Canada are some of the most prominent sources.
• Mineral: Carbon
• Refractive Index: 2.417
• Specific gravity: 3.52
• Moh hardness: 10
BIRTHSTONE & ANNIVERSARIES:
Diamond is the birthstone for April borns.
Diamond is also the gemstone for the 60th wedding anniversaries.
Customize this piece in your preferred gemstone type
- Center stone availability: Natural Diamond, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Moissanite, Opal and more.
- Center Stone Shapes: Oval, Round, Emerald, Radiant, Cushion, Pear, Princess and more.
- Metal Type: 18K Gold, 14K Gold, Platinum PT-950.
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