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Chalcedony, Diamond and Sapphire 18k Ring

RRP: $11,880.00
$5,148.00 (You save $6,732.00)
SKU:
PSD-8396081

Product Description

A delightfully large cocktail ring with a bluish-lavender chalcedony cabochon surrounded by seemingly endless sapphire and diamond pavé. 

Materials Spotlight: 

  • Sapphire is a variety of the precious gem family called corundum. All colors of the rainbow are called sapphire except for a range of dark pinks and reds, which we all know as ruby. Deep blue sapphires are more plentiful than you may expect, and make beautiful casual jewelry. Sapphire is almost has hard as diamond, and its surfaces have a great reflective shine. 
  • Chalcedony is a part of the giant gemological family of quartzes - rather than clear, pointy crystals (the macro-crystallines) we typically think of as quartz, the chalcedonies are the dense, smaller-crystal (crypto-crystalline) varieties of quartz. Occurring in white, black, gray, blue, green, orange, yellow: the colors of chalcedony are all beautiful, distinctive and go by different names. Jewelry designers love this versatile, durable and colorful gem. 
  • Un-plated white gold - made white with the addition of nickel - is actually a very light, pale yellow itself. White gold is often plated over with rhodium to achieve maximum whiteness! 
  • Less-romantically known as carbon, diamond is the hardest known substance. Many diamonds are over three billion years old, and scientists find them in surrounding rock that is significantly newer, as a result of new volcanic material moving old diamonds around deep underneath the earth's surface. Australia is a major producer of the tiny diamonds, called 'melee', used in much of today's jewelry. 



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