Stunning vibrant cornflower blue color jumps out from this top quality princess cut sapphire that is elegantly framed within a hand-made heavy platinum bezel setting. This sophisticated tapered bezel setting offers a low setting for ease of wear yet also is designed to draw focus to the this top quality precision and ideal cut princess sapphire. The sapphire has a pure premium rich blue color, is eye-clean, weighs 1.15 carats, measures 5.7 mm and has breath-taking bright blue brilliance.
Top quality princess cut diamonds add a bold contrast to the richness of the sapphire's color. The diamonds are 0.90 carats total weight and VVS2 F graded (very high clarity and color grades). Their clarity is near flawless and they are bright white with outstanding brilliance. A carefully filed channel setting lines the princess cut diamonds along the ring's shoulders and adds to the sleek sophisticated style of this ring. The ring is made with over 5.0 grams of 950 platinum and is a size 7 1/4. This is an excellent ring choice for everyday wear ring such as engagement, wedding or anniversary.
This custom one of a kind piece was designed by Jill Underhill of Color Symphony (http://www.colorsymphony.com) and will be shipped directly from their location in New Hampshire. Complimentary shipping and resizing is included in the price.
This gemstone (or gemstone that is part of this piece of gemstone jewelry) has been enhanced by traditional heat treatment. Traditional heat treatment is used to improve a stones color, remove color zoning/banding, and improve clarity. This treatment is considered permanent. The only way to tell if a colored stone has been treated is for the stone to be analyzed by a lab. Generally only gemstone laboratories have the equipment necessary to make a qualified judgement with any certainty.
Untreated gemstones are rare and should be verified by a lab independent of the seller. A good rule of thumb is to always assume a gemstone has been enhanced, unless valid certification from a reputable laboratory is available. No one that sells jewelry or gems should be doing appraisals, certifications, or analysis. It should always be an independent third party with no vested interest in the sale.