1.52ct Deep Brownish Yellow SI2 Old Mine Brilliant Diamond Ring R5166

ITEM:# R5166

CENTER STONE:
WEIGHT: 1.52ct
QUANTITY: 1
SHAPE: DBL Branded Old Mine Brilliant
COLOR: Fancy Deep Brownish Yellow
CLARITY: SI2
MEASUREMENTS: 6.80 x 6.42 x 4.50 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 70.1%
TABLE SIZE: 53.0%
POLISH: EX
SYMMETRY: VG
FLUORESCENCE: FAINT
GIA REPORT #: 2155314345

SIDE STONES:
TOTAL WEIGHT: 0.44cts
QUANTITY: 2
SHAPE: Trapezoidal
COLOR: F-G
CLARITY: VS
MEASUREMENTS: 4.00 x 3.10 mm

MOUNTING:
Platinum and 18Karat Yellow Gold

Currently sized at: 6
We will ship the ring in your size.

From our more affordable hand forged shop, this ring looks amazing! I love the graceful lines of this ring - right down to the claw shaped prongs.

We chose colorless trapezoidal shaped diamonds as the side stones. They are a great contrast of color to the center diamond and yet the broad flashes of light are a great compliment.

Comfortable and durable, this ring will bring joy to the wearer for many years to come.

More details about the center stone

The rough was purchased for us in a lot - meaning one price for all. Then Yoram did his magic. This means we have the privilege of putting our name on stones that are among the world’s finest cut - rivaling any old mine brilliant diamonds on the market today. It also means we need to polish away a lot more of the diamond than other well cut cushion, and radiant diamonds. We also gladly accept the fact that the labor to cut such stones is far more dear than even well cut radiant or cushions on the market.

The optical properties and overall cut are excellent - the stone has tremendous sparkle.

Since the rough was purchased for us, we have photos of the diamond in the rough, prior to cutting and polishing.

Yoram adjusted each stone based on the type of color. You might notice more of a "Maltese Cross" in this stone because it has been designed to bring out white light - in this case brown light - but the idea is a different concept as compared to the stones from the collection cut specifically to maximize the perceived color.