Purple Sapphire and Diamond 3 stone ring mounted in Platinum.
A classic style of 3 stone ring with a Purple twist. This claw set style of ring is timeless, they have been around for many years and always seem to be in fashion. I made this one in Platinum as I think the white goes well with the Purple Sapphire.
Three stone rings are one of the all time classics as a coloured stone ring goes. This one is a nice example with a good, strong colour Sapphire to the centre and two, nice, bright Diamonds.
Ring Size: UK Size K 1/2, US Size 5.5, EU 50 1/4, DE 16.
Purple Sapphire Cut and Weight: Oval Mixed cut, approximately 1.37cts. A good, rich, Purple with no indications of enhancement. Many Sapphires are heat treated, but it doesn't happen as much with Purples. The stone measures approximately 7.47mm x 5.43mm.
Diamond Weight and Cut: 2x Round Brilliant cuts, approximately 0.22cts in total, G/H SI (with no black marks), approximately 3mm in diameter.
The setting measures approximately 10.5 mm across the finger and x 7.5 mm at the widest point. The setting stands approximately 6.5 mm high off the finger. The shank/band is a relatively uniform 1.8 mm thick.
Marks/Metal: The ring has a full UK hallmark for Platinum (950).
Condition: Excellent, it's fresh off the bench.
Sizing: It is possible to size this, but please ask first, so we can make sure it's possible and what cost/timescale may be involved.
I know that colour is difficult to communicate on a website and many colours are very much artificial which is why the last image is of various pieces. If you photoshop an image to improve and Emerald, it doesn't do Orange stones any favours etc., so you can get an idea of how the stone looks.
The Diamond and Gemstone gradings in this listing are my own opinion and not backed up by a report. These gradings are based on many years’ experience dealing in Diamonds and Gemstones along side the training I have received and qualifications I hold (such as GIA’s Diamond Diploma). These opinions are offered as honestly as possible. Unless otherwise stated, the gradings are assessed whilst the stones are mounted. This can cause restrictions in what is possible to see.