Sweet, delicate detailing and precious diamonds make this petite ring a charming love token.
The ring features a rose cut diamond at its center. The rose cut style of faceting dates to the early 16th century, and is characterized by a domed profile shaped with triangular facets. This rose cut diamond weighs .27 carats, and has GIA I/I1 color/clarity grades. It has been secured within a bezel that has been finished with milgrain details. Four small diamonds decorate the shoulders of the ring, and have a combined total weight of .08 carats, with GIA G/VS1 color/clarity grades. Each diamond has been set into a narrow bezel.
The ring has a narrow wire-style shank, and has been crafted in 18 karat yellow gold. It is a size 6.75.
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...
This glowing green gem is a rare variety of garnet, which is found only in Africa! Tsavorite garnet, named for the Tsavo National Park where it is mined, has a...
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...