This gorgeous Chopard Choker Necklace is a rarity with rich luscious green old-cut Colombian emeralds.
Long associated with Spring and birth, gloriously green emeralds have an extensive history of healing and supernatural powers.
Rare and beautiful, emerald easily earns its reputation as “The Jewel of Kings.” The list of celebrated royalty who conspicuously displayed this green gem includes no less a figure than Cleopatra. Indeed, she may have done a great deal to popularize that connection. The ancients considered these gemstones sacred symbols of fertility and immortality. Reportedly, Cleopatra adorned herself and her palace with emeralds and also gave them as gifts to foreign dignitaries. Most likely, she intended this as a display of wealth and power.
Emerald symbolism encompasses not only royalty but also wit, eloquence, and foresight. Today, emerald also serves as the May birthstone. Whatever its supposed mystical properties, this gem has always been regarded as a superior jewel. Whether the stone of kings or deities, emerald’s stunning color has brought it an honored status amongst cultures worldwide.
No gemstone, including emerald, is ever completely perfect. Most have internal imperfections, or flaws, called inclusions. Inclusions generally decrease the value of gemstones. Not so with emeralds. Many people feel that the tiny flaws add to the character of the emerald. Because the inclusions often look like leaves and vines, they are called jardin, French for “garden.” Other inclusions create a satiny appearance known as silk.
Natural flawless emeralds are extremely rare and extremely expensive. In fact, most dealers regard flaws as an indication that the stone is natural.
Fancy blue and pink diamonds are a phenomenal color burst combination on this bespoke radiant cut diamond engagement ring. The spectacular 0.82ct radiant cut diamond poised in the center is GIA certified at Fancy Light Blue, SI1. The color is a much desired light blue that exudes a very mystical inner sensation that tugs at the heartstrings. The clarity is wonderful and eye clean. The amazing center stone is accentuated by two halos of fancy pink diamonds in a rose gold micropave setting that compliment the featured diamond just beautifully. The dainty, platinum shank is set with more micropave set diamonds for extra sparkle and a pleasant contrast. This one of a kind fancy light blue radiant cut halo diamond ring will set her apart from the rest and it will be treasured for many generations.
This is a very rare extra large Certified Unheated & Untreated 3.75 carat Pinkish Orange Sapphire Gemstone. This Oval Shape Sapphire has SI Clarity with a vibrant Pinkish Orange Color. The combination of superb color, clarity, and cut gives this certified 3.75 carat rare Unheated & Untreated Sapphire the largest look possible while maintaining the best saturation of color.
Certified Natural Unheated Sapphire Gorgeous Pinkish Orange Color 3.75 Carats
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This ultra-rare, original early-to-mid-19th century Georgian diamond ring glitters across your finger with five gorgeous old mine-cut diamonds – together weighing 2.00 carats. The bright-white quintet sparkles from within silver-topped, closed back 18 karat gold settings. This special ring is a finger size 8 3/4 and cannot be sized. To be worn gently and with care.
Here’s a timeless princess cut diamond engagement ring that you won’t get tired of looking at on your finger! The 2.02ct princess cut diamond is set on a classic platinum setting set with baguette and round brilliant cut diamonds. The two carat center stone is GIA graded at F-SI2, incredibly white and super sparkly. Proportionally beautiful, great size, and ageless design, this princess cut diamond ring will be treasured for generations to come.
Mark Broumand 2.42ct Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Ring
The new Bvlgari collection celebrates all the elegance of a contemporary diva.
This marquise cut diamond solitaire engagement ring has a GIA Certified 0.50 Ct Diamond Cut:Very Good VVS1-D Color. This engagement ring is enhanced by a delicate floral pattern on the shank of the ring giving it an artistic appeal to it. These are 100% natural diamonds. Classic and super affordable way to show your love. Brand new diamond ring comes with a luxurious packaging. Free re-sizing available ask for it. Free LED light ring proposal box. Comes with a GIA certificate for the center diamond.
This classic platinum pear shaped diamond solitaire is stunning. The gorgeous 1.07ct pear shaped center diamond is GIA certified at H-VVS1. It is white, practically flawless and it sparkles tremendously. The shape and cut of this pear diamond is exceptional. It is set on platinum in a clean, elegant design. Match this gorgeous piece up with a beautiful eternity band and you have quite an amazing combination.
GIA Certified – “VS CLARITY” Exotic Purplish Red Color 2.99 Total Carat Weight Ruby & Diamond solid 14k white & yellow gold Engagement Cocktail Ring. This one of a kind 2.01 carat (exact carat weight) genuine ruby is set with a generous 0.98 carats of extra fine quality near flawless to eye clean VS1-SI1 clarity colorless to near colorless F-G color round brilliant diamonds all set in a gorgeous solid 14k white & yellow gold custom made designer halo setting. Superb quality and sublime elegance double GIA Certified purplish red color unheated ruby ring.
Princess Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena of Battenberg (known as Ena) was born on October 24, 1887 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, the only daughter of Prince Henry of Battenberg and Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom, the youngest daughter of Queen Victoria.
(1) The Ansorena Fleur de Lis Tiara , by Ansorena of Madrid, was a 1906 wedding gift from King Alfonso XIII and began life as a coronet, but Ena had it restructured into a tiara. (2) The Cartier Pearl tiara was purchased by Queen Ena from Cartier of Paris in 1920. (3) The Chaumet tiara, by Chaumet of Paris, was also wedding gift from Alfonso XIII, and originally was a spike tiara in the form of stylized lilies with turquoises mounted in platinum. Ena later replaced the turquoises with diamond brilliants. She sold the Chaumet tiara, and it was resold in 1984 by Christie’s Geneva for eleven million pesetas, or approximately $85,000 US dollars. It was reportedly acquired by an “international jewel collector of royal origin.” Nothing more than that is known. (4) The arch-shaped Cartier tiara was purchased by Queen Ena in 1927 from Cartier Paris; it contains seven loops or arches with a large pear shaped diamond at its center. This is a recreation of what the original tiara looked like. The current whereabouts of this tiara are unknown.