Purchasing a jewel made with passion and craftsmanship for a unique event you do that at a recognized jeweller in Antwerp
Halo ring with a central briliant cut diamond surrounded by accent stones in castle pavé setting mounted on a bird-shaped or hollow V on a slightly convex band set with a small diamond on the side (compatible with a wedding ring).
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt (8 to 12% Palladium) (Also available in other precious metals.) RG1440VK/120
- 52 mmc
- 3.81 g
- Polish R
- Diamond quantity:
- Diamond weight:
- Diamond Shape:
- Round Brilliant
- VS1 - Very Slightly Included 1
- G - Near Colourless/ Rare White
- Very Good
- Very Good
- Very Good
- Culet Size:
- Natural diamond
- Setting Details:
- 4-prong setting
- Shape Main Stone:
- Round Brilliant
- Hand made in our workshop
- Choose & buy:
- Buy what:
- A jewel made with passion and craftsmanship
- For a unique event
- At Whom:
- You do that at
- A recognized
- In Antwerp
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.
"Nil fluorescence" refers to the absence of fluorescence in the gemstone. Fluorescence is a phenomenon where a material emits visible light when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. In the case of diamonds, they can emit a visible glow under UV light due to the presence of certain impurities or structural defects in the crystal lattice. Nil fluorescence in a diamond means that the stone does not fluoresce at all or exhibits a negligible fluorescence response under UV light. This characteristic is neither considered good nor bad, as fluorescence does not significantly affect a diamond's brilliance or sparkle in normal lighting conditions. Diamond fluorescence is a subjective preference, and some people prefer diamonds with no fluorescence as they believe it makes the stone appear more "pure" or colorless.
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%
at 10x magnification, minor features are seen
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.
An entourage or halo setting is a jewelers technique in which a central gemstone is surrounded by smaller stones. They light up the whole and accentuate the central stone. That is why they are sometimes called accent stones. This setting is usually used in rings, earrings and pendants, where the central stone is usually the largest and the smaller stones around it are set in the shape of the central gemstone. This can be circular, oval, square, rectangular or any fantasy shape. The gemstones can be of the same kind or can have different colors or origins depending on the taste of the customer and the availability of the gemstones. An entourage setting is often chosen for engagement rings and wedding rings, because it gives an extra dimension to the center diamond or gemstone. It creates a beautiful sparkle and an impressive look to the ring or pendant, making it look even more impressive.
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.
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!
This item exudes class and simplicity.
You don't buy sustainable handmade jewelry every day. You can do this with peace of mind from a jeweler with a good reputation. So you are in the right place in our workshop in Antwerp where we will help you to get everything your heart desires.
A jewel made with passion and craftsmanship
Our true craftsmanship stems from a genuine passion for the craft. As a good craftsman is dedicated to his work, driven by a love for what he does. We have a strong work ethic and take pride in producing high-quality pieces. Our craftsmanship involves overcoming obstacles and finding solutions to various problems that may arise during the creative process. As a good craftsman we have excellent problem-solving skills and we can troubleshoot issues effectively, adapting and adjusting our approach when needed. The journey of a craftsman is never-ending. As good craftsman we are open to learning and constantly seek to improve our skills and knowledge. That's why we stay updated on industry trends, new techniques, and materials, and actively seek opportunities to expand our expertise. Our craft has a rich heritage and history. As good craftsman we appreciate and respect the traditions associated with our craft. We understand the importance of preserving and honoring the techniques and values passed down by previous generations of craftsmen. Our world as a craftsmanship is not static. We are adaptable and embrace change. We are willing to explore new technologies, materials, and design trends while still maintaining the essence of our craft. All our jewelery is produced under our supervison in the center of the Antwerp diamond district. Goldsmiths use all their skills to create something unique for you.
For a unique event
Buying a piece of jewelry is often a unique event in itself. Without there being anything special to celebrate, you can also reward yourself with something very authentic and natural. Buying your own fine jewelry – or ‘self-gifting’ – means that you are probably a very independent person that can also take good care of yourself.
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Choosing a piece of jewelry as a gift or as a promise of lifelong commitment and love is not something you should take lightly. Inform yourself well in advance and colaborate with someone with experience and expertise.
For more than three decades, our workshop has been recognized by the most important authorities in the diamond sector. You can find us for many years on the website www.registereddiamondcompanies.be of AWDC, the umbrella organization of the Antwerp diamond sector. We are also officially recognized as goldsmiths and craftsmen and registered in the Guarantee Register of the Federal Public Service Economy and SMEs.
As a jeweler, Peter Poussenier specializes in diamonds of the highest quality and in the manufacture of bespoke jewelry set with diamonds and precious stones. You can contact us for a finished jewel from our collection or you can first look with us for a diamond around which we create your jewel.
For many people, Antwerp is a city that captures everything for them. Its culture, its gastronomy, its river De Scheldt, its world port, Rubens, its Cathedral, ... And above all known for its role in the world diamond trade. If you are looking for a jeweler in the center of Antwerp near the Central Station, you have come to the right place.