Peter Poussenier Bv

Jewelry

Ordering the creation of your custom creation for a traditional occasion then you can address to an honest and reliable craftsman in the Antwerp Jewish quarter

Size: 57 mmc

White rhodium finish Gold 18kt (12% Palladium)

Price:  5700 €/st (4710excl. VAT)

Detailed Information

Toi et moi ring with two square cut sapphires and brilliant cut diamonds.
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt (12% Palladium) (Also available in other precious metals.) RG0904SAF

Measure/length
57 mmc
Weight
7.05 g
Finish:
Polish R
Diamond quantity:
161
Diamond weight:
1.01
Diamond Shape:
Round Brilliant
Clarity:
VS1 - Very Slightly Included 1
Colour:
G - Near Colourless/ Rare White
Cut:
Very Good
polish:
Very Good
Origin:
Natural diamond
Gems quantity:
2
Sapphire weight:
1.64
Length:
5.3
Width:
5.3
Gem shape:
Princess
Setting:
Two-Stone
Setting Details:
4-prong setting
Shape Main Stone:
Princess
Style:
Modern Classic
Making:
Hand made in our workshop
Impression:
Impressive
Choose & buy:
Ordering the creation of
Buy what:
Your custom creation
Occasion:
For a traditional occasion
At Whom:
Then you can address to
Description:
An honest and reliable
professional:
Craftsman
Location:
In the Antwerp Jewish quarter
Round Brilliant

The modern brilliant cut diamond is without a shadow of a doubt the most popular shape available. It consists of 58 facets and the shape is optimized to reflected the light entering the stone through the top (table). The cut surfaced in the mid 17th century and counted only 17 facets in the crown. Later, a Venetian cutter called Vincent Peruzzi, improved the shape to 33 facets in the crown.

VS1 - Very Slightly Included 1

VS1 diamonds contain minor internal characteristics/inclusions which are difficult to observe when examined under 10x magnification.

G - Near Colourless/ Rare White

Only when these diamonds are held next to a master stone of higher color grade, can a slight color be detected. Otherwise color is nealry indiscernible. Although these diamonds are still rare, they are slightly less expensive and are considered a good value. In Scan. D.N. G diamonds are called Top Wesselton and has a value of 1,5-1,99 on the electronic caloriemeter.

Very Good

Tablesize between 52 and 53% or between 63 and 66%, Crown height between 11 and 11.5% or between 16.5 and 18%, Pavilion depth between 41.5 and 42.5% or 45%

Natural diamond

Because of the traditional and romantic meaning it has as a symbol of love and connection we only sell natural diamonds. They have a higher value and are exclusive because natural diamonds are formed in the earth under unique conditions and are very rare, which increases their exclusivity and value. Natural diamond forms deep inside the earth as a result of tectonic pressures 100s of kilometers below the earth's surface. They, as a consequence of their growth environment, are varied and unique. Despite being more pure than other natural crystals, they contain many different impurities incorporated from the environment during the long, slow growth process. Natural diamonds also often have a unique and unpredictable brilliance and color. Diamond producers we are working with also do everything they can to mine and process their diamonds in a responsible and ethical manner.

Two-Stone

The "two stone setting" or "toi et moi setting" is a specific type of jewelry setting where two stones are placed next to each other, often with a little bit of space between them. The name "toi et moi" is French for "you and me", which refers to the symbolism of the two stones placed together. This type of setting became popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and was often used for love rings and other jewelry. The two stones in the setting can be different shapes and sizes, although they are roughly the same size. A variant of the toi and moi setting is the "infinity setting", where the stones are placed on the equivalence of a loop resembling the infinity symbol. This can also be seen as a symbolic way of expressing the closeness of two people. The two-stone setting can be used with different types of gemstones, but diamonds are the most likely because of their hardness and durability.

4-prong setting

A four-prong setting is a popular technique that uses four prongs or claws to hold the gem in place. A 4-prong setting can be a classic, cathedral, contour, knife, border or trellis setting. The advantage of a 4-claw setting is that it holds the gemstone securely while still allowing maximum light to shine through. Provided that the prongs are thick enough of course. Another advantage is that the setting is relatively simple and therefore appears a bit more minimalist than the settings with six or eight prongs. When choosing a setting method for a jewel, it is important to consider factors such as the size and shape of the gemstone, the style of the jewel, and the jewel's intended use.

Princess

The princess cut is the second most popular diamond cut (the brilliant cut being the most popular). This cut, also referred to as a square modified brilliant, is relatively new. Unlike most square or oblong shapes, the facets are brilliant cut. Because of this, princess cut diamonds have more scintillation and fire than traditional step cut stones.

Hand made in our workshop

A jewel in precious metal forged and processed by hand is a unique work of art. No serial work, but a creation with a soul. So choose a jewel made by hand by a workshop in the middle of the Antwerp diamond district and by a goldsmith with years of experience. This way you can obtain the perfect jewel that suits you exactly. And a natural diamond makes it timeless because Diamonds are forever!

Impressive

This item makes a strong impression.

Ordering the creation of

If you've decided to have your own creation, to have your own piece of jewelry made especially for you or a loved one, then it's time to visit us. We are happy to help you.

Your custom creation

You outsource your own design that you have been brooding on for so long to someone who will make it for you in a traditional way with love for the profession.

For a traditional occasion

For a special occasion, choose a traditional jeweler.

Then you can address to

To mark an important occasion in your life or to give something valuable to a beloved one is something you prepare carefully. You first look for a trustworty partner to collaborate with. In the Antwerp diamond district, we have the best reputation among diamond dealers and jewelers as reliable professionals. You are in good hands with us.

An honest and reliable

Buy your jewelry from someone who is reliable and honest. It is important that the diamonds or precious items you purchase are made with integrity by a trusted craftsman. From someone who does what is right. Then you can also count on good after-sales service. Because when you buy something to wear for a lifetime, it's important that you buy it from a loyal person. From someone with an impeccable reputation. And this for more than thirty years.

Craftsman

A good craftsman possesses the necessary technical skills and knowledge of their craft. They have a deep understanding of materials, tools, techniques, and processes involved in their particular craft. Craftsmanship often requires time and effort. A good craftsman is patient and perseveres through challenges and setbacks. They are willing to invest the necessary time to achieve the desired outcome, even if it means redoing or refining their work multiple times. Our craftsmen will turn your jewelry into a unique, tailor-made work of art. The finish also allows the goldsmith to give your jewel a certain look, enhance the contrast in the ring or accentuate certain parts. Highly polished, ice matt or deeply scratched.

In the Antwerp Jewish quarter

Antwerp is known for its diamonds industry and its Orthodox Jews. A few decades ago approximately eighty percent of Antwerp’s Jewish population used to make a living from the diamond industry. Apart from the gatherings in the diamond district and at the synagogue, Jews from Antwerp have lived mostly in different entities. The most recognizable community is that of the Haredi. After New York, London and Jerusalem, Antwerp is home to one of the largest ultra-Orthodox communities in the world.

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