Diamond & Blue Sapphire pear shape Pendant in 14k Gold

Diamond Pcs: 54 pcs, Diamond Wt: 0.20 cts, Diamond Color: I/J, Diamond Clarity: VS, Pear Sapphire Pcs: 1 pcs, Pear...Read more

INR 16,640.00 / USD 221.87
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Product Details & Specification:

  • Diamond Pcs: 54 pcs,
  • Diamond Wt: 0.20 cts,
  • Diamond Color: I/J,
  • Diamond Clarity: VS,
  • Pear Sapphire Pcs: 1 pcs,
  • Pear Sapphire Wt: 0.15 cts,
  • Gold Wt: 1.000 gms,
  • Gold Purity: 14kt White Gold,
  • Pendant Height: 1.25 cms
    • Jewellery Details
    • Style Code
    • P783
    • Material
    • Diamond
    • Gold Weight
    • 1.000 gms
    • Gold Purity
    • 14kt White Gold
    • For Whom
    • All
    • Diamond Details
    • Diamond PCS
    • 54 pcs
    • Diamond Weight
    • 0.20 carats
    • Color
    • I-J
    • Clarity
    • VS
    • Product Dimension
    • Pendant Height: 1.25 cms
    • Precious Stone Details
    • Stone Type
    • Blue Sapphire
    • No of Pcs
    • 1 pc
    • Weight
    • 0.15 carats
    • Color
    • Blue
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    Additional Information

    A diamond is a stone that truly states, “I love you” in a deep way. In fact, you’ve probably heard the slogan many times that “a diamond is forever.”
    Diamond Shapes

    ALL ABOUT DIAMONDS

    Diamond is symbol of deep, everlasting love, as well as the fact that it’s the hardest substance known on earth. Diamonds were always used to engrave tools because of their hardness. They have been found all over the world on all continents.

    Today, the primary use of diamonds is no longer for carving or protection during battles. They are now used for adornment because of their sheer beauty- their dispersion of white light into many different beautiful colors, and their brilliance and indestructibility. Gemologists now rate diamonds based upon what is called “the 4 C’s,” referring to carat, cut, color, and clarity.

    A diamond is a stone that truly states, “I love you” in a deep way. In fact, you’ve probably heard the slogan many times that “a diamond is forever.”
    Diamond Colors

    ALL ABOUT DIAMONDS

    Carat - refers to the weight of the diamond.

    Cut - refers to the brilliance of the stone, as the way it is cut determines how much brilliance a diamond will have.

    Clarity - refers to the natural blemishes found inside diamonds (and remember, a flawless diamond is extremely rare)

    Color - is the last important factor when choosing a diamond. The highest color ranking for a diamond represents a completely clear and colorless stone.

    Sapphire - the famous blue stone is also called the blue sister of Ruby. Its because they come from the same mineral, corundum.
    Sapphire Shapes

    SOURCE OF SAPPHIRE

    The most famous and the finest blue sapphires are the prized Kashmir sapphires which have a blue color that is not only intense, but also velvety. As the name suggests, it originated from India's northwestern region of Kashmir, along the Pakistani/Indian boarder in the western Himalayas. So rare are these sapphires that they are not often seen in the gemstone market.

    Second only to Kashmir in quality and mystique is the Burmese Sapphires. They are now sourced from Srilanka and Australia, Tanzania and Madagascar. The value of sapphires depends on their color, transparency and size. And in cases of very fine quality sapphires, the origin also has a major role.

    Sapphire - the famous blue stone is also called the blue sister of Ruby. Its because they come from the same mineral, corundum.
    Shades of Sapphire

    SOURCE OF SAPPHIRE

    The most famous and the finest blue sapphires are the prized Kashmir sapphires which have a blue color that is not only intense, but also velvety. As the name suggests, it originated from India's northwestern region of Kashmir, along the Pakistani/Indian boarder in the western Himalayas. So rare are these sapphires that they are not often seen in the gemstone market.

    Second only to Kashmir in quality and mystique is the Burmese Sapphires. They are now sourced from Srilanka and Australia, Tanzania and Madagascar. The value of sapphires depends on their color, transparency and size. And in cases of very fine quality sapphires, the origin also has a major role.

    Diamond Shapes
    Diamond Colors
    Sapphire Shapes
    Shades of Sapphire
    Diamond Gold Ring

    BENEFITS OF WEARING A DIAMOND

    Diamonds have many positive mystical attributes and healing properties. The diamond is associated with activating the seventh chakra, Sahasrara, uniting the mind with the body. Overall, a diamond is:

    • Believed to be bring great calm and inner peace,
    • Bringing forth an overall positive mental attitude.
    • Have the power to stop stress, emotional pain, fear,
    • Protect the owner from negative energies.
    You will be impressed to know that most of these famous diamonds had their origins in India. The most mysterious of them all is the –
    The Hope Diamond

    FAMOUS DIAMONDS

    The Hope Diamond: From 17th-century India to present-day Washington D.C., the Hope Diamond is well-traveled. The story goes that its “original” owner, a French merchant by the name of Jean-Baptiste Tavernier, stole the 115.16 carat blue diamond from the eye of a holy Hindu statue. Several years later, the stone, now known as the “Blue Diamond of the Crown” or the “French Blue” was recut into a 67-carat stone by his court jeweler.

    You will be impressed to know that most of these famous diamonds had their origins in India. The most mysterious of them all is the –
    The Kohinoor Diamond

    FAMOUS DIAMONDS

    The Koh-i-Noor Diamond also known as the Mountain of Light, has perhaps the most storied and turbulent past of all the famous diamonds. The gem is another product of India’s Kollur Mine in India, where it was discovered in the 13th century at a recorded weight of 186 carats. Currently on display in the Tower of London as part of the Crown Jewels, the stone is mounted in a crown that once belonged to Queen Elizabeth.

    Kings wore sapphires around their necks as a powerful defense from harm.
    Talisman

    FAMOUS SAPPHIRES

    The great Oriental traveler, Sir Richard Francis Burton, had a large star sapphire which he referred to as his “talisman,” for it always brought him good horses and prompt attention wherever he went. Just the mere sight of the stone was believed to bring luck and he showed it to people everywhere he went. King Solomon wore a sapphire ring. And in modern times, the sapphire grew notorious when we saw Prince Charles give a sapphire engagement ring to Lady Diana.

    Kings wore sapphires around their necks as a powerful defense from harm.
    Lady Diana's Sapphire Ring

    FAMOUS SAPPHIRES

    The great Oriental traveler, Sir Richard Francis Burton, had a large star sapphire which he referred to as his “talisman,” for it always brought him good horses and prompt attention wherever he went. Just the mere sight of the stone was believed to bring luck and he showed it to people everywhere he went. King Solomon wore a sapphire ring. And in modern times, the sapphire grew notorious when we saw Prince Charles give a sapphire engagement ring to Lady Diana.

    The Hope Diamond
    The Kohinoor Diamond
    Talisman
    Sapphire Ring

    Customer Reviews:

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    hacker1 27 Jul 2004
    Well packed and as description quickly delivered, good value
    lopealong20 02 Mar 2005
    great item, easy transaction, will do business again
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    mosetd 24 Mar 2005
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    Great price and good communication.
    better54 24 Apr 2005
    absolutely stunning pendant,photo does not do it justiceA+++++++++++++++++++++
    sammylambert 24 Mar 2005

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