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The Setting: Art Nouveaux Rose-Gold-Jungle with Birdsnest, Blossoms and Bows
- 18K Rose Gold with UK Hallmark
- 30mmx18mm Visual Top Dimension
- Single shank band fanning out ito a jungle of golden branches holding the Morganite
- 54 diamonds and 3 red-pink sapphires glitter from a delicate melange of bows, blossoms and leaves
- Total 0.40 carat conflict-free diamonds in VS (or better) and color H (or better)
- 12.60 gram (incl. gems)
- Free-floating giant morganite is held only by three prongs and three blossoms each with a sapphire center
- Finest UK goldsmith's craft in all details (see more images)
- Size USA 7 / O (UK) (re-sizing free of charge)
Comment: The gem seems to float in a baffling jungle of rose gold branches, bows and blossoms. Legions of, extra small but extra fine, diamonds splattered all over the ring produce a truly breathtaking sight. Morganite and rose-gold are natural siblings it seems. The tender pink of morganite matches the rose gold perfectly without getting 'too much'. See all the little extras and finely crafted details in the close-up images. Marvelous work around a marvelous gem. Personally, I'm an Art Nouveaux fan and this design truly gets the cake. David and London's goldsmiths at their best.
- Unheated & Untreated Madagascan Morganite 15.93 carat
- Shape Oval: 20.10x12.19x8.45 mm
- Cut: Mixed/Step
- Color Grade: Excellent
- Tone: Light 33
- Color Zoning: None
- Clarity: Free of Inclusions
- Cutting Grade: Excellent (precision cut in the UK)
- Depth: 69%
- Brilliancy: 90%
- Origin: Madagascar
Certificate: WGI 9624103052
Overall Grade: Excellent
Comment: Morganite is the pink Beryl named after the legendary banker who was also a gem-junky (and knew where to invest). This near 16 carat rose pink gem is absolutely free of inclusions (even under the lens), is certified untreated (as all our gems) and was precision cut with no window but a giant face-up over 20x12mm. The three additional sapphires could claim ruby status but are reported as 'pink'. See the close-ups even if you have no 1/8 of a million handy. Additional gem reports upon request. Morganites are terrible with the camera, so if they look good on photo they are even better in person. Check-out the fancy image David's agency made (before my time) and the video.
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