Purchasing a diamond incorporated into a jewel for a unique event then you can address to a recognized jeweller in the Antwerp Jewish quarter
Ring Coconé améthist peridot.
White rhodium finish Gold 18kt (12% Palladium) (Also available in other precious metals.) RG0538AMPD
- 54 mmc
- 11.51 g
- Polish R
- Gems quantity:
- Colored stone weight:
- Gem shape:
- Setting Details:
- Bezel Setting
- Shape Main Stone:
- Round Brilliant
- Hand assembled
- Choose & buy:
- Buy what:
- A diamond incorporated into a jewel
- For a unique event
- At Whom:
- Then you can address to
- A recognized
- In the Antwerp Jewish quarter
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.
Bezel setting is a technique used to set gemstones in jewelry such as rings, earrings and pendants. With a bezel setting, a thin strip of precious metal is beaten pushed around the gemstone. This protects the gemstone and ensures that it stays firmly in place. A bezel setting is a popular choice when setting gemstones because it protects the stone better than other settings. There are different types of cast or bezel settings, including full bezel settings, half bezel settings, and open bezel settings. There are several advantages of using a bezel setting for a jewel, including: Security: A bezel setting is one of the most secure settings for a gemstone, as the precious metal rim holds the stone firmly in place and protects it from damage or loss. Durability: The preciouis metal rim of a bezel setting also adds to the durability of the jewelry piece, as it protects the edges of the stone from chipping or scratching. Versatility: Bezel settings can be used with a variety of gemstone shapes and sizes, making them a versatile option for jewelry designers. Style: Bezel settings can create a unique and stylish look for a piece of jewelry, as the golden or platinum rim can be crafted into different shapes and designs to complement the stone. Light reflection: Depending on the style of the bezel setting, it can also enhance the brilliance and sparkle of the gemstone by reflecting light off the gold or platinum and back onto the stone. Overall, a bezel setting can provide both functional and aesthetic benefits to a piece of jewelry, making it a popular choice for many jewelers and jewelry wearers.
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.
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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.
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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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.
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.
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.