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SOLD....2.52ct Y-Z SI1 Cushion Cut Diamond Ring GIA R4069

ITEM:# R4069

CENTER STONE:
WEIGHT: 2.52ct
SHAPE: Branded DBL Cushion Modified Brilliant
COLOR: Y-Z, Natural Light Yellow
CLARITY: SI1
MEASUREMENTS: 8.04 x 7.44 x 4.83 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 64.9%
TABLE SIZE: 45%
POLISH: VG
SYMMETRY: VG
FLUORESCENCE: NONE
GIA REPORT #: 2135581853

SIDE STONES:
TOTAL WEIGHT: 0.44cts
QUANTITY: 54
SHAPE: Round Brilliant
COLOR: E-F
CLARITY: VS

MOUNTING:
Platinum and 18Karat Yellow Gold Halo

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

In person, this ring comes alive. The teeny weenie diamonds set into the ring sparkle like the dickens. This, in stark contrast to the glitter of the center diamond. Which now looks like a few shades more yellow.

Another aspect to the "unity of design" is how the ring capitalizes on the high crown. Yet the stone does not seem to be very high off the finger.

More details about the center stone

It's easy to see why people are drawn to older diamonds. The older cut design draws light from it's surroundings differently than a modern cut diamond.

Since this is a modern cut diamond, this "vintage" facet pattern is laid on using the most modern technology. The goal is to maximize the perceived color- and the results are startling.

The cutter,Yoram F, is an artisan who is at the vanguard in the "re-creating" the classic cuts.

I love the way Y-Z color looks in this cut. Remember, Yoram specifically optimized things like the angles- facet size and placement, and girdle width to increase the amount of yellow the diamond transmits- this is a pioneering effort- it's never been tried before.

I think Yoram knocked this one out of the park.

The color is difficult to capture with a camera- but the photos really give you a good idea of some of the different hues you'll see in person- depending on the light under which you view it. It's distinctly yellow- light yellow, but yellow

The stone is a SI1- you can see the slight imperfections in these close up shots.

I'm sure a very sharp eyed person could pick them out in good lighting- but it's hardly noticeable in real life.