The perfect blend of old and new. A fabulous diamond, cut in a style dating back to the 16th century, set in a simple, modern two-tone ring!
The diamond is a rose cut, and has been faceted to have a pear shape silhouette, with triangular facets that create a domed effect. The diamond weighs .50 carats, and has GIA E-SI2 color/clarity grades. Rose cut diamonds have a sparkle and appearance all their own - and are best viewed in person to experience this!
The ring is crafted in 14 karat white and yellow gold, and was hand assembled in our workshop. A narrow bezel, specially shaped for this unusual diamond, secures it above a narrow, domed band with a comfort fit interior. The diamond is oriented across the band, in a fashion known as "East-West".
The ring has a high polish finish, and is a size 7.
Five diamonds, glistening in white gold bezels, catch the sunlight in the shallows of a cool river. This wide, airy ring was handmade by artist Tom Kruskal, in his Massachusetts...
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From Massachusetts artist Constance Gildea comes this wide organic band. Constance designs and fabricates jewels by hand, in her Western Massachusetts studio. Inspired by the romance of nature, her pieces feature...