Blue Violet Tanzanite Diamond Pendant 14KYG 0.84 ctw
Designed with a gentle long curve this 14K yellow gold pendant features a round brilliant tanzanite and diamond weighing 0.635 carats and 0.20 carats respectively. The tanzanite sports a precision round brilliant cut, has excellent clarity and brilliance and vibrant medium to rich periwinkle color with blue being the predominant hue. The fine quality diamond is eye-clean, brilliant, white and has an excellent cut (SI2 GH).
In total the pendant weighs 0.84 carats total weight and dangles approximately 40 mm or 11/2 " in length. This magnificent piece was designed by Jill Underhill of Color Symphony (http://www.colorsymphony.com) and will be shipped directly from their location in New Hampshire.
|All gemstones in our inventory and our jewelry are Natural mined gemstones, NONE are lab created,lab Grown,man made, or synthetics.|
|x||Type I Gemstones -Usually eye clean||None-Natural: No Enhancement||x||VVS-Minute inclusions, difficult to see under 10X. Eye clean.|
|x||Examples- Aquamarine,Green & Yellow Chrysoberyl,Morganite,Tanzanite, Green Tourmaline, Blue Zircon||x||Heat-The use of heat to effect desired alteration of color, clarity and/or phenomena.||VS-Minor inclusions, somewhat easy to see with 10X. Usually eye clean.|
|Heating and Pressure: The use of heat and pressure combined to effect desired alterations of color, clarity and/or phenomena.||SI1-Easily noticeable inclusions with 10X. Slightly visible to the unaided eye.|
|Type II Gemstones-Usually included||Irradiation: The use of neutrons, gamma rays or beta particles (high energy electrons) to alter a gemstone’s color. The irradiation may be followed by a heating process.||SI2-Easily visible inclusions to the unaided eye|
|Examples-Alexandrite,Amethyst, Ametrine,Citrine, All Garnet, Iolite, Peridot, All Sapphire & Ruby, Spinel, Blue, Orange & Yellow Tourmaline, Green, Orange, Red or Yellow Zircon||Oiling/Resin Infusion: The filling of surface-breaking fissures with colorless oil, wax, resin or other colorless substances, except glass or plastic, to improve the gemstone’s appearance.||I1-Significant inclusions,Moderate effect on appearance or durability|
|Waxing/Oiling: The impregnation of a colorless wax, paraffin or oil in porous opaque or translucent gemstones to improve appearance.||I2-Significant inclusions,Severe effect on appearance or durability|
|Type III-Gemstones Almost always included||Filling: The filling of surface-breaking cavities or fissures with colorless glass, plastic, or similar substances.This process may improve durability and/or appearance, and/or to add weight.|
|Examples- Bixbite, Emerald, Red, Pink or Watermelon Tourmaline||Diffusion: The use of chemicals in conjunction with high temperatures to produce ARTIFICIAL color change and/or asterism-producing inclusions.|
|Coating: The use of such surface enhancements as lacquering, enameling, inking, foiling or sputtering of films to improve appearance, provide color or add other special effects.|