Janet Baguette Tourmaline And Diamond Engagement Ring
Allow us to introduce you to Janet, a baguette bi-color tourmaline & diamond ring, that is a perfect unique and alternative engagement ring for her.
- Gemstone: bi color tourmaline
- Shape: baguette
- Measurement: approx. 7.5 mm x 3.2 mm x 2.7 mm
- Weight: approx. 0.72 ct
- Treatment: None
- Gemstone: white diamond
- Shape: round
- Measurements: approx. 2.5mm
- Weight: 0.06 ct
- Quality: clarity grade VS, color grade G, conflict-free
Band measurements: approx. 1.6mm wide, approx. 1.5 mm thick
Please contact us if you'd like to customize this ring with platinum or have it made with a different center stone or different prong or bezel setting at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured in solid 18kt solid yellow gold but can be made also in 18kt rose or white gold, or 14kt yellow, white, rose gold as well as in platinum.
EU 1-3 business days
NON EU 2-10 business days
Items that have the GIA certificate mentioned in their description come with the GIA certificate. Diamonds have to be over 0.35ct per piece.
Fancy cut diamonds come with EGL, IGL or IGI certificate. Diamonds have to be over 0.4ct per piece.
The report provides details about the cut, clarity, and carat weight, along with measurements and other additional information confirming the authenticity and quality of the diamond.
You can select from a variety of diamond shapes and cuts (brilliant, pear, marquise, princess, oval, etc.).
The GIA grades diamonds on a scale of D (colorless) through Z (light color). The diamonds we select for our designs correspond to colors G or F, which means that they are nearly colorless and only a professional gemologist can detect the difference between colors.
Practically all natural diamonds contain small imperfections inside, called inclusions, or on its surface, called blemishes. Clarity refers to the degree to which these imperfections are present. On the scale from included to flawless diamonds, the diamonds in our designs are graded as VS or VVS, which stands for “very slightly” or “very, very slightly included”. Inclusions are minor and only visible under a magnifying glass and not to the naked eye.
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