・AMORETTE・
Stormy Rose Cut Diamond Center, Diamond Halo (1.70ctw, Ready to Ship)

 Available to ship prior to Christmas in size 6 or 6.25. Email before ordering if resizing is needed. 
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  • The Amorette is a nod to the sacred heart motif seen in antique jewelry. She makes a statement engagement ring or a fun cocktail ring for any finger. Featuring a trillion shaped, semi-transparent, grey-black rose cut diamond. There's a transparent area that almost looks like a flash of lighting running across the diamond. Rose cut diamonds are individually hand-cut, making each diamond a one-of-a-kind! 

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  • ROSE CUT DIAMOND CENTER:
    ➣ Size: ~7.5mm (1.29ct)
    ➣ Dark & stormy with semi-transparent lighting area
    ➣ Natural, untreated, conflict-free
    ➣ Rose cut, with chunky facets

    DIAMOND HALO:
    ➣ Conflict-free, VS/GH quality
    ➣ Halo Diamond weight: ~.41ctw 

    SETTING:
    ➣ Recycled 14k rose gold
    ➣ Size: US size 6 or 6.25
    ➣ Top of ring measures: 15mm long by 11mm wide
    ➣ Cathedral shoulders and leafy gallery below 
    ➣ Shank (band): 2mm wide, tapered at top
    ➣ Total ring height: 8.5mm high (including diamond's dome) 

  • ABOUT RUSTIC DIAMONDS:

    Until recently, diamonds that weren't completely clear were thought to be inferior by society's standards. In recent decades, designers started to question the notion of "value" and the social norms associated with the white diamond. The once thrown away diamonds with inclusions, color variations, opacity, and ranging colors are now celebrated as unique, rare, and daring in the jewelry world. They are referred to as "rustic", "natural", or "salt + pepper" (if mostly clear with black inclusions). They're gaining popularity with independent designers, but are slower to catch on in the world of commercially-made jewelry. They grade differently than traditional white diamonds; the Four C's don't apply. Rustic diamonds have their own standards, and different levels of value based on rarity. Size/carat weight still affects pricing, as does the quality of the cut and polish on the stone. Some colors, and clarities are rarer than others, and so will be more costly. Each rose cut diamond is hand-faceted and entirely unique. You can always find two VS1/H white diamonds, but finding two of the exact same rustic rose-cuts can be impossible. This makes each diamond one-of-a-kind.



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