Peter Poussenier Bv

Jewelry

Size: 54.5 mmc

rose (light) Gold 18kt (22.25% Copper)

Price:  2330 €/st (1930excl. VAT)

Detailed Information

Entourage ring with brilliant cut diamonds, next to which two rows of diamonds are set in rails (approximate weights) ALGT 10079718.
rose (light) Gold 18kt (22.25% Copper) (Also available in other precious metals.) RG1535/017

Measure/length
54.5 mmc
Weight
5.19 g
Finish:
Polish R
Diamond quantity:
31
Diamond weight:
0.59
Diamond Shape:
Round Brilliant
Clarity:
I1 - Included 1
Colour:
H - Near Colourless/ White
Cut:
Very Good
polish:
Very Good
symmetry:
Very Good
Origin:
Natural diamond
Setting:
Halo
Setting Details:
channel setting
Shape Main Stone:
Round Brilliant
Style:
Modern Classic
Making:
Hand assembled
Impression:
Distinguished
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.

I1 - Included 1

I1/P1 diamonds contain internal characteristics/inclusions which are prominent when examined under 10x magnification. They are also visible face up to the unaided eye. Under certain circumstances, internal characteristics/inclusions may also be visible face up to the unaided eye in higher grades. These diamonds can also be calleD Piqué 1.

H - Near Colourless/ White

H diamonds contains noticeable colour only when it is being compared to higher color diamonds. These diamonds are considered a good value. In Scan. D.N. These diamonds are called Wesselton and have a value of 2,0-2,49 on the electronic calorimeter.

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%

Very Good

at 10x magnification, minor features are seen

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.

Halo

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.

channel setting

Channel setting is a popular technique used in jewelry making to secure gemstones in a row between two strips of metal. In a channel setting, the stones are set flush with the surface of the metal, creating a sleek and seamless look. The channel setting is commonly used for stones that are small and have uniform shapes, such as diamonds or sapphires. The metal strips that form the channel are usually made of gold, platinum, or another precious metal. One of the advantages of a channel setting is that it protects the gemstones from getting caught on clothing or other objects, as the stones are set securely within the metal channel. Additionally, because the stones are set flush with the metal, the overall look of the piece is very smooth and polished. However, it's important to note that a channel setting can make it difficult to clean the gemstones. Dirt and debris can accumulate within the channel over time, making it challenging to keep the stones looking their best. Overall, a channel setting is a popular and visually appealing technique for securing gemstones in jewelry.

Distinguished

This item exudes class and simplicity.

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