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2.46ct Fancy Light Yellow-Green SI2 Radiant Cut Diamond Ring
Here is a ring that stops you in your tracks. The colors are so vivid and eye catching. Start with the center diamond, a GIA graded Fancy Light Yellow-Green. This particular stone has one of the clearest most beautiful green hues you will see in a diamond. There's not a lot of blue although there's a tiny bit. You can't really see the yellow. The fact that this diamond is inert - no fluorescence - makes it even rarer. Many (most) green diamonds have some degree of fluorescence.
That means you can look at the stone in even the brightest of natural lighting, and the green is stable. The stone is SI2, with a smattering of black carbon which is visible only looking through the loupe- this type of imperfection is common in natural green diamonds. Not only is it impossible to see the imperfections naked eye, it's likely that they improve the color.
The stone is bright- and lively. I LOVE the cut - so well done. Minty green sparkle from stem to stern. The small table is supported by a generous crown, which acts to grab light from a wide array of angles.
Then we have the ring - man! We can not take credit for the manufacture as we purchased the ring from one of our main cutters. The side diamonds add so much to the drama. Our guys cut them to match each other, and compliment the center - both super well cut with nice crowns and small tables.
Although I grade the pink one to be "Light Pink" it really picks up a lot of color in the ring. The orange is spectacular. The micro pave work is also first rate. There is a delicate pink pavé halo around the green, and the entire shebang is framed by a delicate colorless ring of pavé.
The shank is quite substantial- 4.7mm at the palm. This gives the entire ring a great stability. Claw prongs on the man stones. It's a jaw dropping piece.
The photos above are ACTUAL Photos of the diamond ring you will receive.
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