18k Yellow Gold Cabochon Emerald/Diamond & Sapphire Cluster Ring
||Yellow Gold Cabochon Emerald, Diamond and Sapphire Cluster Ring
||18k Yellow Gold
||Approx. 1.1ctw of round cut diamonds. Diamonds are G/H in Color and VS in Clarity.
||1 Cabochon Emerald, approx. 17.45mm in diameter.
Marquise cut Sapphires, approx. 2.2ctw and measure 5.30mm x 3.08mm each
||1.25" x 0.75"
||This item comes complete with a Raymond Lee Jewelers Presentation Box
Raymond Lee Jewelers is one of the leading jewelry stores in contemporary, designer, and estate jewelry in South Florida. Our jewelry collection is quite extensive. One of the many beautiful pieces we carry is this 18k yellow gold cabochon emerald/diamond & sapphire cluster ring. The ring is composed of 18 karat yellow gold and contains approximately 1.10 carats of round diamonds that are G/H in color and VS in clarity. In the center of the ring is a stunning cabochon emerald gemstone, surrounded by marquise cut sapphires that weight approximately 2.20 carats total. Cabochon gemstones are usually opaque, as opposed to faceted, which commonly describe transparent gemstones. A big advantage to cabochon gemstones is that their scratches are much less evident. Gemstones with a hardness lower than seven on the Mohs hardness scale are usually modified so that they don’t lose their value if they get scratched against a hard surface. Gemstones that are cabochon are frequently characterized by a dome shape or ellipse. This is because the eye is less sensitive to asymmetries or imperfects to such a shape as opposed to a perfect round shape. The only exception to this rule is cabochons found on watches’ crowns. In addition to the cabochon emerald are the sapphire gemstones. Surprisingly, sapphires can be found in many different forms with unique properties. Some of the most common sapphires include blue sapphires, fancy color sapphire, padparadscha, star sapphire, amongst others. Sapphires are unique gemstones not only for their attractiveness but also for their hardness. They are characterized by a 9 on the Mohs hardness scale, which is actually right behind diamonds. For this reason, they are utilized for more than their appeal in jewelry. Sapphires can be found in scientific instruments, infrared optical components, windows, and wristwatch crystals.