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Agate is a cryptocrystalline quartz. It’s known for its banded pattern. Color: Any color, but typically grey, white, brown, red, orange or yellow. Hardness: 6.5 - 7
A saltwater pearl produced by the akoya oyster. The Mikimoto pearl company was the first to successfully grow round akoya pearls.
Pearls with an undefined shape.
A rim holding the stone and completely surrounding the gem. Bezels can have straight or scalloped edges, or they can be molded to the stone.
A diamond's sparkle when light is reflected from the surface and from the diamond's interior.
The unit of measure for a diamond’s weight. There are 100 points in a carat, which is also a unit of weight.
A diamond quality affected by a diamond’s natural imperfections, commonly referred to as inclusions or blemishes. A qualified gemologist will evaluate a diamond, categorizing it into one of eleven clarity grades.
Feodor Alexeievich Afanasiev was a Russian jeweler who ran a small workshop for Fabergé specializing in miniature Easter Eggs, small articles made of silver-gilt and guilloché enamel and hardstone objects mounted with enameled silver-gilt mounts.
Diamond shows no inclusions or blemishes of any kind when examined under 10X magnification.
A pearl produced by a freshwater mollusk. China is now the primary resource for freshwater pearls, though the first cultured freshwater pearls originated in Japan.
A combination of sterling silver and 24K gold, specific to Yossi Harari jewelry.
Diamond contains inclusions that are obvious under 10X magnification.
Diamond shows no inclusions when examined under 10X magnification, however may have some minor surface blemishes.
Pearls made of 100% nacre. Keshi pearls are formed when the oyster rejects the bead nucleus but still creates nacre. Because of its lack of a nucleus, the Keshi pearl can vary greatly in shape.
The secretion that makes up the outer coating of pearls. Nacre is released by the mollusk to protect its flesh from irritants like shell fragments, parasites or beads.
Oblong pearls. These can sometimes form when two pearls combine inside the same mollusk.
A pure, white colored metal that’s one of the rarest and most coveted found in jewelry. Because of its purity, platinum is hypoallergenic. It also has a high resistance to heat and is denser and heavier weight than white gold. Platinum's density gives it extreme durability against regular wear and tear. Platinum has been used throughout history for royalty — King Louis XV reportedly claimed...
Ruby is the red variety of the mineral called corundum which is composed of aluminum oxide. The red color is caused mainly by chromium. Color: Pinkish red or deep red color. Hardness: 9
Diamond contains noticeable inclusions that are easy or very easy to see at 10X magnification.
A white metal frequently used in jewelry due to its lustrous finish and malleability. Most sterling silver jewelry is stamped with the numbers 925 to denote the metal’s purity. Sterling Silver has been a precious metal mainstay for centuries. Native Americans melted down European coins to form sterling silver jewelry in the 17th century. It was a dining essential in wealthy homes of the 1800s,...
Popular stone shapes
Diamond contains minor inclusions that range from difficult to somewhat easy to see at 10X magnification.
Diamond contains minute inclusions that range from extremely difficult to very difficult to see at 10X magnification.
- Metal Type: 18K Yellow Gold
- Hallmark: 18K
- Location: Inside Shank
- Metal Finish: High Polish
- Total Item Weight (g): 6.5
- Gemstone: Diamond
- Carat Total Weight: 0.30
- Stone Count: 10
- Stone Shape: Round Brilliant
- Color Grade: Near Colorless
- Clarity Grade: Slightly Included
- Gemstone: Sapphire
- Carat Total Weight: 0.40
- Stone Count: 6
- Stone Shape: Faceted, Round
- Stone Color: Blue
- Saturation: Moderately Strong
- Type/Clarity: Slightly Included
- Transparency: Transparent
- Measurements: Band Width 6.58mm
- Item # RRING77790
Very Good. Faint scratches at metal.
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Photos are of the actual item in our possession.
This item has been appraised and inspected by a certified Gemologist. All diamond and gemstone grading is done under GIA standards as the mounting permits. All gemstone weights and measurements are approximate.
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