Happy 4th of July weekend!
Cut: Polished Sapphire and round brilliant diamond accents
Setting: Red enamel, 2 rows of small round brilliants, and a center polished round blue sapphire
Its Friday and we are drooling over this absolutely exquisite ring. Its the kind of ring that your eyes just can’t stop looking at because it keeps on finding more and more fine details to admire – the two-toned gold hues, the separated bands encrusted with princess and round diamonds, the filigree detail, the unique setting of the diamond. This ring belongs to a bride and fellow jewelry lover who celebrated her wedding last year. Just stunning.
Cut: Ideal Cut – Round Brilliant
Carat: 1.28, E color, VS2
Sidestone Info: Approximately 0.79 total carat weight
.33 tw round diamonds F/G color, VS clarity
.46 tw in princess cuts F/G color, VS clarity
Jeweler: Mary Doud, Seattle Diamonds
Setting: two tone 18K white gold with yellow gold filigree detailing
Feast your eyes on this beauty. This heirloom piece is so unique with its two-stoned angled setting, dramatic green and white diamond contrast, and myriad of tiny round brilliants. We’re drooling. Happy Friday.
Cut: Round Brilliant diamond and Green Diamond
Setting: two-stone angled setting on platinum surrounded by round brilliants, center stones in a 4 prong setting
Jeweler: Cartier, 1960
This week we have featured various square cuts – the asscher and radiant cuts. Today we feature another square cut – the emerald cut. Also known as a “step” cut, the emerald cut resembles the steps of a staircase. Originally, the cut was used on emeralds, but its sophisticated appearance quickly led it to be a popular choice for diamonds as well. Although not as fiery as the round brilliant, the emerald cut has a very sleek and classic appeal.
Today’s ring belong to a bride whose emerald cut center stone is surrounded by a halo of round brilliants and a band of pear shaped diamonds. Set in the traditional yellow gold setting, the ring is a classic and timeless beauty with a vintage flair to it.
Cut: Emerald Cut center stone with pear and round brilliants
Setting: Yellow Gold
This stunning vintage Art Deco inspired ring was submitted by a loyal reader whose husband happens to photograph jewelry for Philip Press (hence the amazing picture). There is so much to look at in this fabulous ring – the filigree detailing, the delicate pave work surrounding the center stone, and the raised intricate setting. Not to mention, the stunning three stone diamonds! If this ring looks this good digitally, we can only imagine how it must look in person!
Cut: radiant center stone and half moon sides
Carat: 3 carat center stone,
Setting and detailing: platinum
An Engagement Story:
This beautiful ring comes to us from Heather of Love, The Yes Girls, who helps grooms-to-be find creative, romantic and memorable proposal ideas and blogs about them! We love how she helps create stories for couples beginning their journey to the altar, and we regularly check into get our fill of all their thoughtful romantic gestures… and the rings too!
Setting: Halo vintage setting