A touch of history on the finger! Antique Pear Diamond Ring
The ring is one of our favorite antique-inspired settings, featuring an elegant but edgy split shank and low six prong basket. The antique pear diamond was sold to us by one of our favorite post-consumer diamond suppliers. We set it in a new custom yellow gold ring setting where it sits near to the finger for comfortable wear.
1.51ct vintage or antique pear diamond, graded by GIA as S to T color range with strong blue fluorescence. It is VS1 clarity with no visible imperfections to the naked eye. The strong blue fluorescence in this stone makes it appear more white in daylight/UV light. It is a nice subtle, very light golden color indoors, not a deep yellow or brown.
GIA Certificate 6207143099: view here
If you would like us to have the ring appraised by a third party GIA Gemologist, please add this appraisal listing to your cart.
Cast in recycled 14k yellow, it is currently polished and smooth, but an Evergreen carved texture and/or a satin finish can be made to the ring by request. This ring sits low to the hand and would stack best with custom curved bands if you would like to avoid a gap between wedding bands while stacking.
The ring is currently a size 6 and is resizable for a small fee. Once resized, however, it is non refundable. Please allow an additional 1-2 weeks for resizing. Simply email us after completing your purchase and let us know what size you will need.
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Making a Difference:
Help fight climate change with this purchase! Trees are like the lungs of the planet...our "natural air purifiers." They breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen. Additionally, they provide habitat for birds and other wildlife and play a vital role in our natural water cycle. Forests help regulate the water in the air through a process called transpiration. They absorb thousands of gallons of water into their roots. Excess water is then released through the leaves back into the air. For every purchase made, I donate one planted tree through Plant-It 2020. Small changes by individuals can make a difference in the fight against climate change.