Peter Poussenier Bv

Jewelry

Looking for a diamond incorporated into a jewel for a traditional occasion ask for advice from an ethically responsible diamond dealer in the Hoverniersstraat in Antwerp, encapsulated between the Schupstraat and the Rijfstraat, in the heart of the diamond district

White rhodium finish Gold 18kt

(price on request)

Detailed Information

Ring 18kt brilliant.
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt (Also available in other precious metals.) RGG1399

Weight
5.24 g
Finish:
Polish R
Diamond quantity:
28
Diamond weight:
1.5
Diamond Shape:
Round Brilliant
Clarity:
VVS1 - Very, Very Slightly Included 1
Colour:
I-Near Colourless/ Slightly Tinted White+
Cut:
Very Good
polish:
Good
Origin:
Natural diamond
Setting:
Consecutive
Setting Details:
channel setting
Shape Main Stone:
Round Brilliant
Style:
Classic
Making:
Hand assembled
Impression:
Distinguished
Choose & buy:
Looking for
Buy what:
A diamond incorporated into a jewel
Occasion:
For a traditional occasion
At Whom:
Ask for advice from
Description:
An ethically responsible
professional:
Diamond dealer
Location:
In the Hoverniersstraat in Antwerp, encapsulated between the Schupstraat and the Rijfstraat, in the heart of the diamond district
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.

VVS1 - Very, Very Slightly Included 1

VVS1 diamonds contain minute internal characteristics/inclusions. These are extremely difficult to observe when examined under 10x magnification.

I-Near Colourless/ Slightly Tinted White+

Slight color in these diamonds are detectable. However, once the diamond is mounted, the color is unnoticeable to the untrained eye. The majority of these diamonds are used for engagement rings, earrings and pendants, due to it's good value. In Scan. D.N. they are called Top Crystal and have a value of 2,5-2,99 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%

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.

Consecutive

A consecutive gemstone setting is a jewelry design in which gemstones are placed next to each other in a row or band. This setting is often used for bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings and it's most popular for engagement rings and wedding rings. Sometimes the gems are placed so that their edges touch, creating a continuous pattern. This ensures a very sleek, elegant and polished appearance of the jewel. There are various techniques to make a contiguous gemstone setting, such as channel setting, pavé setting or bead setting. Pavé setting is the most common technique, in which small gemstones are placed closely together and secured with small claws or pins. Channel setting and bead setting are often used for larger gemstones and give a similar look, but with a slightly different construction. A contiguous gemstone setting can contain different types of gemstones, such as sapphires, rubies, emeralds, topazes, diamonds, and more. The design can range from simple and classic to intricate and detailed.

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.

Looking for

Are you looking for something sustainable for yourself or for a loved one? Do you already know what kind of jewel you want or are you not convinced yet? Then be sure to browse through our catalog and let us know which style of jewelery you like. We can also carry out your own design for you in our studio.

A diamond incorporated into a jewel

A diamond set in a piece of jewelry can serve as your individual, sustainable talisman, embodying the essence of self-discovery and forging connections with Earth, oceans, humanity, and your inner reservoir of strength. We craft consciously designed, forward-thinking jewelry using innovative practices, embracing social responsibility and incorporating recycled metals in our creations. We advise you in the selection of your unique diamond based on the overall strength of its light performance, along with its scores for brilliance, fire and contrast - the visual qualities that together create scintillation. A dazzling array of spectral colors or intense, bright white flashes will help determine whether or not we find the diamond suitable for your creation.

For a traditional occasion

For a special occasion, choose a traditional jeweler.

Ask for advice from

If you are looking for ever lasting jewelry like a wedding bands, an egagement ring, studs, a bracelet, a rivière or if you are looking for more trendy high-end jewelry then you better ask for advice first. Because these items are made for eternity and you don't just buy them rashly.

An ethically responsible

Today we realize, you as a consumer and we as a designer, that by buying or trading we can contribute to, or not contribute to, systems or organizations that do not act ethically correctly. The world is of course more complex than how some politicians and journalists want to portray it. We choose to help unite. As a diamond dealer and as a studio active in the multicultural Jewish quarter in Antwerp, we want to make a positive contribution to society. We think that if you want to unite the world, it's best to start at the beginning. That two individuals choose us for the creation of their wedding rings, the symbol for the ultimate promise of loyalty and commitment between two people, is therefore, each time again, a great honor for us.

Diamond dealer

The choice of a personal diamond can’t be taken for granted. Peter Poussenier, Antwerp diamond merchant en jeweller in the Jewish quarter, ensures the fulfillment of your requirements and the ideal combination of carat, clarity, color and cut. Make your dream a reality and obtain the most beautiful diamond from the biggest diamond market in the world.

In the Hoverniersstraat in Antwerp, encapsulated between the Schupstraat and the Rijfstraat, in the heart of the diamond district

The Hoveniersstraat in Antwerp is the main street of the international diamond trade. It is within walking distance of the majestic Central Station. Nowhere else in the world will you find so much know-how than in the Hoveniersstraat with its more than 1,500 Antwerp diamond companies. You can safely call the Diamond Square Mile, Antwerp's diamond district, Flemish cultural heritage.

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