Hancocks

3.21ct Old Mine Cushion Cut Fancy Deep Colour Diamond Gypsy Set Ring in 22ct Gold

An old cut coloured diamond and gold gypsy set ring by Hancocks. The ring is set in the centre with an old mine cushion cut diamond of Fancy Deep Brown-Orange colour, weighing 3.21ct set flush in a gypsy-style setting within a handcrafted 22ct yellow gold band with a brushed satin finish that tapers towards the back and has a softly rounded profile.

Further Details

OriginLondon
Gemstones and Other Materials3.21ct Old mine cushion cut Fancy Deep Brown Orange VS1 - with GIA certificate
Condition ReportNew
Setting22ct yellow gold with maker's mark and London assay marks
Weight description22.9 grams
DimensionsUK finger size S, US finger size 9 (Can be adjusted to any size)
Front centre: 9.6mm
Back centre: 5mm
SKU128272

Directors Notes

Coloured diamonds or Fancy diamonds as they are also known, have become increasingly popular over recent years and are available in a beautiful range of colours from yellow and pink to blue and green. We are particularly fond of yellow diamonds, from warm gentle lemon shades to those like intense golden sunshine. Colour in diamonds is caused either by a structural anomaly or by elements such as nitrogen or boron replacing carbon atoms within the crystal structure of the diamonds. In yellow diamonds it is nitrogen which is responsible and the strength of colour depends on how much of it there is and what form it has taken. When a coloured diamond is graded for certification by the GIA, the amount of colour will be judged and one of the following grades assigned – Faint, Very Light, Light, Fancy Light, Fancy, Fancy Intense, Fancy Vivid, Fancy Dark and Fancy Deep.

£35,000.00

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