An outstanding Sculpted Halo Diamond Engagement Ring, lefted with a GIA certified, round, natural 1.01ct, G color, SI2 left stone with an excellent cut, and and excellent symmetry which allows for maximum light to shine through the diamond creating super brilliance and fire, mounted on timeless sculpturaly engraved halo style 18kt white gold setting accented with 0.20ct brilliant white round natural diamonds, G color and SI2 clarity. Comes with an outstanding presentation box, GIA certificate, a replacement value certificate for your insurance. She will say "I Do" in grace and style.
RING SIZE: 6 (ask about our ring sizing service).
DIAMOND EDUCATION: The 4 C's
One of the diamonds most important characteristic, the cut often determines the amount of sparkle the diamond will emanate. An ideal diamond cut is neither too deep nor too shallow, allowing for the maximum light to reflect through the top, or table, of the diamond. Often times, manufacturers and diamond cutters will compromise the cut to increase the total carat weight of the diamond. However, as of recent, greater emphasis and attention has been directed to the cut of the stone by most of the gemological labs.
Diamond ClarityDiamond Clarity refers to the presence (or lack thereof) of external blemishes and internal inclusions. Every diamond is unique and has its own set of natural inner flaws that are often a result of extreme heat and pressure a diamond goes through in its formation process. Diamonds that contain more of these flaws- tiny cracks, black crystals, external scratches, bubbles, are generally less clear and therefore exude less overall brilliance. Simply put, diamonds with very good clarity will often “sparkle” more, and therefore warrant a higher value.
The color of a diamond normally refers to its ‘whiteness.’ A bit counter intuitive, the color grade of a diamond measures the lack of color present in the diamond. The ideal diamond, as you may now know, depends on how much brilliance is reflected through the stone. The color plays an important role in the brilliance of a diamond, as a colorless or whiter diamond will be able to reflect more light than one that is slightly brown or yellow. In conclusion, diamonds that are more colorless are generally worth more.
This diamond is nearly colorless. A diamond with G-color has an extremely faint tint that is only noticeable to a trained gemologist. G-color diamonds make for beautiful jewelry and they offer an outstanding value, since they are less expensive than the colorless grades, but appear to the eye to be colorless when mounted.
Carat is a unit of measurement used to weigh a diamond. One carat equals 0.2 grams, or 200 milligrams. The natural process which occurs to form a diamond is very rare occurrence. It is even rarer to come across a larger diamond. Thus, a diamond with a higher carat weight is more valuable. A carat is divided into 100 points, as precision is crucial in determining the value of a diamond. So often times, industry experts will for example refer to a 0.50ct diamond as a 50-point diamond.