3 Big Stars on Bride's Finger 0.32Ct Diamond & Emerald Ring SDR1118

Diamond Pcs: 32 pcs Diamond Wt: 0.32 cts Diamond Color: I/J Diamond Clarity: VS Round Emerald Pcs: 3 pcs Round Emerald...Read more

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Product Details & Specification:

Diamond Pcs: 32 pcs Diamond Wt: 0.32 cts Diamond Color: I/J Diamond Clarity: VS Round Emerald Pcs: 3 pcs Round Emerald Wt: 0.21 cts Gold Wt: 3.250 gms Gold Purity: 18kt Ring Size: 13

  • Jewellery Details
  • Style Code
  • SDR1118
  • Material
  • Diamond
  • Gold Weight
  • 3.250 gms
  • Gold Purity
  • 18kt Yellow Gold
  • For Whom
  • Women
  • Diamond Details
  • Diamond PCS
  • 32 pcs
  • Diamond Weight
  • 0.32 carats
  • Color
  • I-J
  • Clarity
  • VS
  • Product Dimension
  • Precious Stone Details
  • Stone Type
  • Emerald
  • No of Pcs
  • 3 pcs
  • Weight
  • 0.21 carats
  • Color
  • Green
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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.

The green of the emerald - the color of life and of the springtime, which comes round again and again. But it has also, for centuries, been the color of beauty and of constant love. Deep green is the most desired color in emeralds. The paler the color of the emerald, the lesser its value.
Emerald Shapes

SOURCE OF EMERALD

Emeralds have been held in high esteem since ancient times. Probably the oldest known finds were once made near the Red Sea in Egypt. More recently, layers of emerald have been found in Brazil, South Africa, Zambia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and India.

This fascinating gemstone, is considered goddess among gemstones. It is believed to provide peace and harmony. Emeralds come in a wide shade of greens, from yellow-green to blue-green. The most valuable is grass green with a hint of blue. The intensity and brightness of the color also affect the monetary value. Emeralds are also cut in many classical shapes, like, round, square, pear, oval etc.

The green of the emerald - the color of life and of the springtime, which comes round again and again. But it has also, for centuries, been the color of beauty and of constant love. Deep green is the most desired color in emeralds. The paler the color of the emerald, the lesser its value.
Shades of Emerald

SOURCE OF EMERALD

Emeralds have been held in high esteem since ancient times. Probably the oldest known finds were once made near the Red Sea in Egypt. More recently, layers of emerald have been found in Brazil, South Africa, Zambia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and India.

This fascinating gemstone, is considered goddess among gemstones. It is believed to provide peace and harmony. Emeralds come in a wide shade of greens, from yellow-green to blue-green. The most valuable is grass green with a hint of blue. The intensity and brightness of the color also affect the monetary value. Emeralds are also cut in many classical shapes, like, round, square, pear, oval etc.

Diamond Shapes
Diamond Colors
Emerald Shapes
Shades of Emerald
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.

This gemstone still occupies a special position in many cultures and religions.
Headgear of the Nizam of Hyderabad

FAMOUS EMERALDS

The magnificent jewlry of the Nizams of Hyderabad boast of many emerald jewelry, including sarpench (bejeweled headgear), necklaces, waist-belts, brace-lets, anklets, finger-rings, pocket watches. In ancient Rome, green was the color of Venus, the goddess of beauty and love. They wore gems as much for protection as pleasure.

Some of the most famous emeralds are to be seen in museums and collections. The New York Museum of Natural History, for example, has an exhibit in which a cup made of pure emerald which belonged to the Emperor Jehangir. Also seen here is the Emerald and Diamond Tiara of Queen Victoria designed by her husband Prince Albert.

This gemstone still occupies a special position in many cultures and religions.
Queen Victoria's Emerald Tiara

FAMOUS EMERALDS

The magnificent jewlry of the Nizams of Hyderabad boast of many emerald jewelry, including sarpench (bejeweled headgear), necklaces, waist-belts, brace-lets, anklets, finger-rings, pocket watches. In ancient Rome, green was the color of Venus, the goddess of beauty and love. They wore gems as much for protection as pleasure.

Some of the most famous emeralds are to be seen in museums and collections. The New York Museum of Natural History, for example, has an exhibit in which a cup made of pure emerald which belonged to the Emperor Jehangir. Also seen here is the Emerald and Diamond Tiara of Queen Victoria designed by her husband Prince Albert.

The Hope Diamond
The Kohinoor Diamond
Headgear of Nizam
Emerald Tiara

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I have recd the product. I appreciate the efforts of the seller to follow through the transaction. Very responsive seller. Product quality - though the quality is excellent I was disappointed with the size - the earrings r quite small
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