Champagne and Chocolate .50ct Diamond halo ring of fancy mixed diamonds shimmer and dazzle in a .50ct cocktail diamond ring mixed with both Chocolate Diamonds and Champagne Diamonds in a fine sterling silver dome halo of pave' set diamonds. Diamonds, the April Birthstone and for your 10th and 60th wedding anniversary, makes a fine jewelry gift for any type of occasion or holiday.
Chocolate and Champagne Diamond Cocktail Ring glowing dome halo of both chocolate diamonds and champagne diamonds .50 carat gems superb sparkle from every angle and movement in a shimmering size 9 (non-sizable) ring. Genuine champagne 2.5mm solitaire diamond center casts a high fashion chocolate bronze glow; surrounded by circle of eight 1-1.5mm champagne fancy diamonds sparkle with a reddish brown to bronze undertone measures 5/16" long x 3/8" wide. Overlapping beaded station .925 sterling silver swirls forms the second halo; highlighted by 40 shimmering 1-1.5mm chocolate diamonds top outside third halo of ring; these diamonds set in black rhodium plating ensuring the diamonds sparkle brightly. It's just breathtaking! Side of ring forms a split shank of three rows set 2 chocolate diamonds each for a total of 12 diamonds; 9mm sterling silver band tapers off to a comfortable fitting 2mm bottom. Their are a total of 60 chocolate and champagne diamonds 4 prong secured similar to a pave' setting. Top of ring measures 7/8" long x 5/8" wide for a total of 4.22 grams.
Champagne Chocolate Diamond Ring cocktail design showed beautifully with no scratches, cracks, visible blemishes or inclusions using a 30X loupe. These are high quality fancy colored diamonds that are natural with know known treatment. All eyes will be upon you when you wear this glittering fancy chocolate and champagne diamond halo ring fashioned cocktail dome design.
Stone Type: Diamonds
Stone Shape: Round
Diamond Total Weight (CT. T.W.) .50 ct
GIA Color/Clarity: H/VS1-2
Ring Size: 9
Metal Color: White
Metal Type: .925 Sterling Silver
White and Black Rhodium
Champagne Diamonds are the most universally appealing and affordable of all natural colored diamonds and they occur in a range of soft and exotic hues. Champagne diamonds are also called brown diamonds. In keeping with the edible theme, they can be divided into other opulent types like cognac and chocolate diamonds. These diamonds vary in shades of brown, but all brown diamonds can be classified as champagne diamonds as long as they have good clarity and are not muddy or dull. Consequently, Champagne Diamonds provide the widest array of choice in colored diamonds, from golden honey to warm toasted almond, dark chocolate and smooth cognac to light caramel, there are hues to delight every eye.
Champagne diamonds used to be thought of as quite common. They were less expensive than regular clear diamonds and far more easily available than other colored diamonds. However, there have been no new deposits of champagne diamonds discovered, and their main source, the Argyle mine in Australia appears to be running low on the stones. As a result, they are rarer and in higher demand.
Pave' setting is an appropriate description for the visual effect created by the pattern of gems, but does not refer to the method of setting. When used with diamonds or other colorless gems of high brilliance, pave' setting literally creates a sparkling "pavement" of light that is mesmerizing. The effect is created by setting each stone girdle to girdle, which allows little metal to be seen.
No matter which way you move their will always be a array of sparkling diamonds that twinkle during the day or evening.
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