This 64-carat necklace is dripping with Gemfields emeralds and canary yellow diamonds
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Experience the luxury of Leibish jewelry. This 64-carat necklace is dripping with Gemfields emeralds and canary yellow diamonds. Check out some more of our extraordinary masterpieces http://bit.ly/2AC9dEU
Posted by Leibish & Co. on Monday, January 8, 2018
Gemfields is a world leading supplier of responsibly sourced colored gemstones.
Gemfields’ acquisition of Fabergé in January 2013 aligned the world’s largest colored gemstone producer with one of the world’s most recognizable and iconic heritage brands. The acquisition enables Gemfields to advance its vision for colored gemstones to the next level, harnessing the Fabergé name to create a global colored gemstone champion.
Few gemstones command as much desire and passion as emerald. Since antiquity, emerald’s rich “green fire” has symbolized eternal spring and immortality. Long shrouded in myth and lore, it has reigned as the supreme green gem with no indication that its position will ever change. The favorite of Cleopatra, Spanish Conquistadors and today’s Red Carpet, wars have waged over this treasured stone. In the 1st century AD, Roman historian Pliny the Elder wrote that “nothing greens greener” than emerald sentiment that continues today, as it remains one of the most sought-after gems on the market. The beautiful green hues of this beryl variety, combined with its rarity, make it one of the world’s most valuable gemstones.
Jardin, the French word for “garden,” is the name used in the industry to refer to inclusions in emeralds. Because of the nature of this type III gemstone, it is accepted that emeralds are commonly included. Rather than detracting from a stone’s value, those jardin are viewed as an easy way to distinguish a natural emerald from a synthetic. It is also understood that nearly all emeralds have been treated to improve their clarity.
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Are you feeling blue?? The name sapphire is derived from the Latin word ““saphirus” and the Greek word “sapheiros,” both meaning blue. Some believe that the name sapphire is derived from its association with the planet Saturn. The name can be roughly be translated to mean “dear to the planet Saturn” in many different languages. A great poet once described the sapphire as “the blue of a clear sky just minutes after sundown.”
Gorgeous Blue Sapphire and Diamonds Rings at Yafa Signed Jewels
Are you feeling blue?? Hope it’s the #YafaSignedJewels way, with a handful of sapphire and diamond rings! We have a large range of sapphire, ruby and emerald jewelry, click on the link in our bio to shop our exceptional fine jewelry. ⚜💙⚜ #finejewelry #vintagejewelry #signedjewelry #diamond #sapphire #mondayblues #luxury #authentic #thebest #forsale #highjewelry #vintagejewelry #shopping
Posted by YAFA Signed Jewels on Tuesday, January 16, 2018
This is a gorgeous 18k yellow gold diamond heart dinner ring. The ring is centered with a lovely heart shape emerald that weighs approximately 4.00ct. The emerald is accentuated by sparkling baguette and round cut diamonds that weigh approximately 1.65ct. The color of these diamonds is G with VS clarity. The top of the ring measures 22mm by 23.5mm. The ring is stamped 18K and weighs 10.3 grams.
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Posted by Israel Rose Jewelry on Monday, March 5, 2018
“I look at you and see the rest of my life in front of my eyes.”
Here are a some of the many pieces of gorgeous ruby and diamond estate rings that can be found online, or by actually going to an estate sale. Great prices can be found on ruby jewelry at estate sales and auctions. Many times you can find stunning designs that are one of kind, and will never be created again. These gorgeous rings have been someone’s treasure for a long time, and many are considered antiques or vintage jewelry. Now you can be the owner of such treasures with a little time and effort in seeking them out. The enjoyment one gets from hunting for such gorgeous treasures can be as much or more fun as wearing these exquisite pieces of jewelry. Estate jewelry can be a rare find, and seeking these treasures will leave you with a satisfaction rarely achieved by many individuals.
This ring is exquisite! This is an estate cocktail ring that was made in the Art Deco style, post 1950, from Platinum. The age is unknown. The ring is centrally bezel-set with 1 Brilliant cut diamond of K – L color, VS2 – SI1 clarity that weighs approx. 2.80 carats. This diamond measures approx 8.8 mm in diameter and it is 4.87 mm deep. It is completely clear to the naked eye and has fabulous sparkle! There are two areas with inclusions that are needles and towards the edge of the diamond. You need a 10X jeweler’s loupe to find them.
The ring is framed with 12 natural red rubies that are Fancy shapes weighing approx. .70 ctw. The ring has a Lacey design that is set with 32 Brilliant cut diamonds G-H-I color, VS to SI clarity that weigh approx. .62 ctw. Eight of these diamonds are set in the shoulders. The total diamond weight in the ring is approx. 3.42 Carats! The head of the ring measures 20.5 mm in diameter and it sits 9 mm high. The ring size is an 8.5 and the total weight is 7.6 grams. The lower gallery is finely detailed. This ring is nothing less than absolutely gorgeous all the way around.
This is an exquisite estate ring that was handmade from Platinum in an Art Deco style. It is centrally set with 1 old mine cut diamond of J color, VVS clarity that weighs 1.56 carats and the weight is engraved in the shank. The diamond has a high crown and a cushion-like shape measuring 6.8 x 6.1 x 4.48 mm. Old mine cut diamonds are not symmetrical and this diamond is rounder on one side, but looks beautiful on the hand! The ring is also set with 62 old mine cut diamonds of G-H color, VS-SI clarity that weigh approx. .58 ctw. The total diamond weight is 2.14 ctw. The ring is detailed with 8 natural red rubies that weigh approx. .90 ctw. These rubies are fancy shaped French cuts of the finest quality. The head of the ring measures just over 9/16” long on the finger and it sits 5/16” high off the finger. The ring size is an 8 1/2 and the total weight is 5.9 grams. Gorgeous detailing on top and bottom of setting.
This is an original antique ring that was made in the Victorian period around 1880. It is handmade from 14K and sterling silver topped. The ring is set with approx. 5 Carats of rose cut diamonds! There are 7 on the top that have a spread or .60 – .85 ct. each. These diamonds have a grayish color that is common with antique rose cuts and they have beautiful sparkle! There are 8 more rose cut diamonds set in the side shoulders. The ring is framed with 28 Natural red rubies that are Round old mine cuts weighing approx. 1.40 ctw. The shank has fine detailing all the way around. The setting underneath has a heart pattern going around the edge. There is one tiny flaw in the gold (see photo of back side) and the gold has a tarnish/patina that I have not touch. I will leave that to the new owner to decide if they want it polished away. The head of the ring has a darkened finish around the diamond. The head measures almost 15/16″ in diameter and it sits 5/16″ high off the finger. The ring fits approx. a size 6 1/2 – 6 3/4 finger and the total weight is 8.9 grams.
Chopard is a Swiss watchmaker and jewelry maker founded in 1860 in Sonvilier by Louis-Ulysse Chopard originally known for making ladies’ watches and pocket watches. In 1963, Chopard was sold to Karl Scheufele, a watchmaker from Pforzheim, Germany.
A special Moghul-cabochon cut tanzanite ring from Chopard’s Red Carpet collection
An extraordinary 12.02 carat Fancy Vivid Pink Internally Flawless pear shape diamond is one of the rarest diamonds in the world, admired for its phenomenally vibrant hue and exceptional radiance. The deeply feminine shade of pink is strikingly contrasted with two heart shape white diamonds, intensifying the ring’s remarkable scintillation.
12.02 carat Fancy Vivid Pink Internally Flawless pear shape diamond ring with heart shape diamond shoulders (14.09 carats) Code: GR43643 by Graff Diamonds
Pink embodies tender, dreamy enchantment, symbolizing innocence and hope. Pink diamonds are some of the most rare jewels on earth, and our reputation for finding the most beautiful examples is unrivaled.
Stripped down to its essence and presented in a wonderfully bright combination of shimmering 18K white gold and dazzling diamonds, the fascinating beauty of a serpent’s graceful form is translated onto your wrist in this intriguing bracelet from Bvlgari.
Through the ancient world to modern times, emerald’s rich religious along with cultural history made it a prized stone in centuries past, but our love affair with May’s birthstone still lingers on. The truth is, premium emeralds are valued greater than diamonds by carat weight. Maybe it’s the immeasurable depth of emerald green that calls to us, or even, for the reason that ancients alleged, the stone is just soothing on the eye. Whatever accounts for our attraction, emerald is like spring captured inside a stone and that makes it an ideal birthstone for May.