Platinum 2.49ct Round Brilliant Diamond and Ruby Engagement Ring

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    2.49ct Round Brilliant Diamond and Ruby Engagement Ring

    Style Platinum 2.49ct Round Brilliant Diamond and Ruby Engagement Ring
    Main Diamond Round Brilliant
    Diamond Carat Weight 2.49ct
    Diamond Color K
    Diamond Clarity VVS1
    Accent Diamonds Approximately 0.31ctw of Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
    Mounting Platinum (950) Pave Set Diamond and Ruby Setting
    Mounting Size Size 6.5 (Can be Sized)
    Gemstone Details Approximately 0.97ctw of Rubies
    Ring Measurements H: 17.40 mm x W: 20.80 mm x L: 24.30 mm
    Total weight 6.6dwt (10.3g)
    Additional Details Comes with a Raymond Lee Jewelers Presentation Box
      It’s not often that you spot an engagement ring that has more than diamonds like this 2.49ct round brilliant diamond and ruby engagement ring. These engagement rings don’t seem that common, but that doesn’t mean some people don’t prefer them. The ruby and diamond contrast is actually very aesthetic and provides a very contemporary look. The center diamond weighs 2.49 carats and has a K color with VVS1 clarity. These characteristics make it a very expensive stone due to its high quality. In addition, there are approximately 0.31 carats of round brilliant cut diamonds. The diamonds are set in a platinum mounting that is pave set with little diamonds and rubies. There are approximately 0.97 carats of beautiful rubies. The ring will fit a size 6.5 finger but it can be sized since there are no stones on the actual band. As a fun fact, if a ring is created in the “eternity” style, meaning that stones adorn the band, then it cannot be resized. You may be wondering, “how does a person know if the diamond color and clarity are advertised as is?” Well, some stones are sent to GIA or EGL labs and come with a certificate to guarantee this certification. For diamonds that aren’t EGL or GIA certified an official gemologist who has undergone training with GIA in our very own store characterizes other stones. Why are some stones certified and others are not? Certifying a stone is an expensive process and takes time. This means that the gemstone will not be the store and the jeweler cannot advertise it to customers. Also, some diamonds are much easier to characterize by a trained eye than are others. Diamonds that are less certain are sent to labs to determine their quality.

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