White Gold Diamond and Lemon Quartz Cocktail Ring.

18ct white Gold Diamond and Lemon Quartz Cocktail Ring.

This is one of our exclusive range of cocktail rings.
A beautiful modern 3 stone dress ring made in 18ct white gold ring with real appeal, and up to date styling. The basis of this ring is the stunningly large pale lemon coloured emerald cut Lemon Quartz the calculated weight of this great gem is 3.43cts, and measuring a huge 10mm x 8mm.The very size of this stone gives it a tremendously modern feel. The lovely gemstone is flanked on either side by a single large bright clear diamond of approx. 4mm. the stones are claw set in white 18ct white gold. The total weight of the 2 diamonds is 0.47cts, they are I/J colour and of SI quality.
This ring is a one off piece and is sized M and is only able to be resized  sizes, therefore this ring is only available in size K to O.
This piece of jewellery comes with a certificate from the assay office in Birmingham; this is a really lovely eye catching 18ct white gold modern trilogy dress ring. 
 
 

Ring Details:

 

Metal:

18ct White Gold

Diamond Cut:

Brilliant Round

Diamond Colour:

I/J

Diamond Clarity:

SI2

Total Diamond Weight:

0.47cts

Gemstone:

Lemon Quartz

Gemstone Weight:

3.43cts
   

 

n.b. we endeavour to be as accurate as possible in all our descriptions, however grading is often open to interpretation and therefore grading’s and carat weights must be considered approximate.
 
Lauriealexander &Co has a large range of beautiful jewellery items in many different styles. We have fantastic rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants and a huge array of beads and charms; all are available online from Lauriealexander.co.uk. 

 

 

RING SIZE CHART

UK J J½ K K½ L L½ M M½ N N½ O O½ P P½ Q
US 4¾ 5 5¼ 5½ 5¾ 6 6¼ 6½ 6¾ 7 7¼ 7½ 7¾ 8 8¼ 8½
mm* 48.7 49.3 50.0 50.6 51.2 51.9 52.5 53.1 53.8 54.4 55.1 55.7 56.3 57.0 57.6 58.3

 

UK R S T U V W W½ X X½ Y Z Z½ Z+1
US 8¾ 9 9¼ 9½ 9¾ 10 10¼ 10½ 10¾ 11 11¼ 11½ 11¾ 12 12¼ 12½ 12¾ 13¼
mm* 58.9 59.5 60.2 60.8 61.4 62.1 62.7 63.4 64.0 64.6 65.3 65.9 66.6 67.2 67.8 68.5 69.1 70.4

* Circumference

MEASURING YOUR FINGER
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.
Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather.

For best results measure your finger size:

  1. At the end of the day and when your fingers are warm (Fingers are smaller in the early morning and when cold.)
  2. Measure finger size 3 to 4 times to eliminate an erroneous reading.

Avoid using string or paper to measure ring size as these materials can stretch or twist, yielding an inaccurate measurement.

RING SIZES IN THE UK AND IRELAND

Women’s ring sizes typically range from size G to R & Men’s ring sizes typically range from size P to Z.

TIPS FOR BUYING THE RING AS A SURPRISE
Ask close friends or relatives if they know his/her ring size. Borrow his/her ring (from the correct finger) and use the ring measurements above to determine its size.

INTERNATIONAL SIZE CONVERSION
If ordering from another European country, determine your ring size according to your country’s standard. Then use the International Ring Size Chart to convert to the corresponding UK ring size to place your order.

Diamond Grading Terminology
A diamond's cost is based on the characteristics known as the “4 C's". Clarity, Colour and Cut (proportion) are the quality elements which together with the Carat Weight determine the value of a stone. The closer a diamond grades to the left of one or all of these scales the rarer and the more costly it will be. While clarity is frequently assumed to be the most important factor of all the "C's", in fact, colour and cut (especially cut) have a more profound effect on the visual appearance of a diamond.

Carat Weight
Carat is the unit of weight for all gemstones. One carat is subdivided into 100 "points". Therefore a diamond measuring 75 points is 3/4 carat in weight, or 0.75ct. There are five carats in a gram. The word "carat" comes from the seed of the carob tree pod which is found in tropical climates. These seeds were used until this century to weigh precious gems.

Clarity
A diamond's clarity is determined by the number, nature, position, size and colour of internal characteristics called "inclusions" and surface features called "blemishes". These irregularities occurred in the liquid magna (volcanic rock) within which the diamond was created. Diamonds are mostly pure carbon, however, during crystallization other minerals nearby, or even other bits of carbon forming more quickly may have become trapped within the cooling mass. These show themselves as the various characteristics which make up the clarity of a diamond (included crystals, feathers, clouds etc.). Clarity is measured on a scale ranging from pure (flawless) to heavily included (I-3). The clarity of a diamond is graded by using 10X magnification under good lighting by an experienced grader. The final clarity grade is usually determined by how easy the inclusions and blemishes are for the grader to see.

Colour
Ideally, a diamond should have no colour at all, like a drop of spring water. Increasing degrees of body colour are measured on a scale ranging from no colour at all (D) to deeply coloured (Z). Beyond "Z" is the range where the diamond's colour is vivid and rich, called "fancy colours". Diamonds of known colour are used as comparison stones for colour grading. Grading is done by comparing the diamond to be graded against these "master stones" under either artificial or natural north daylight (in the Northern Hemisphere). A machine called the "Colorimeter" can be used for colour grading but there is no substitute for the trained human eye.
 

Cut
Cut, sometimes the forgotten "C", ensures that a given stone has maximum brilliance and sparkle which would not be the case were the stone cut for weight alone.
We use the following scale to grade a stone on it's overall appearance. The proportion page shows angles and percentages for round brilliant cut diamonds; but angles and percentages are for diamond cutters and graders. Simply put, when looking at a diamond, if it doesn't catch your eye or if it doesn't flash in the light, it's probably not well cut. Good cutting is what brings fire to the ice.

White Gold Diamond and Lemon Quartz Cocktail Ring.

  • Product Code: LAUCHRTTICU1
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £785.00

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