1.01ct diamond engagement ring. GIA report. Antique Old European cut diamond. Natural Fancy Brownish-Greenish-Yellow color ( AKA Champagne ), VS2 clarity. New Edwardian STYLE platinum and 18kt gold setting.
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All natural old European cut center diamond weighing 1.01 carat.
The diamond comes with a Gemological Institute of America (GIA) report.
The GIA report grades the diamond as natural fancy brownish-greenish yellow color. This color is typically referred to as champagne.
The GIA report grades the clarity as VS2, indicating that the diamond is very slightly included. This clarity is considered eye-clean.
GIA terms the cutting style as Old European cut.
The diamond is bezel set in 900 platinum. The shank of the ring is 18kt yellow gold.
The finger size is 6. The ring can be sized for free (please contact me for details).
A GIA report is typically referred to as a certificate or GIA certified. The GIA was established in 1931 and is considered by many to be the foremost authority on diamonds, colored stones, and pearls. You can learn more about the GIA at https://www.gia.edu/gia-about .
An old European cut diamond has the same defining features of a round brilliant cut, but has some proportions that differ in degree from those common to modern cut round brilliant diamonds. The symmetry of an old European cut is typically irregular compared to the round brilliant cuts of today. The cut is also referred to as an early, antique, or vintage round brilliant cut. The setting is a new custom-made replica of a fine antique Edwardian period setting. The metals test as 900 platinum and 18 karat gold. The ring can be sized for free (please contact me for details).
SKU i2907 .
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