GRS Certified 6.78 carat Colombian Emerald and Baguette Cut Diamond Ring
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Secondary Gemstone (1):
Emerald Details (1):
6.78 carats / Green color / Emerald cut / Colombia (Muzo) origin / Insignificant treatment
Diamond Details (2):
3.06 carats / G-H color / VS1-VS2 clarity / 18 baguette cut / 12 round cut
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Top-quality vintage natural Emerald ring. This Emerald has Colombian origins, as it was mined over 20 years ago from the famous Muzo mines in the western Boyaca province of the Colombian Andes mountains. Center stone is mounted in an elaborate baguette-cut diamond halo.
A true one-of-a-kind, handmade ring. This ring is for those with a refined and sophisticated taste in fine jewelry. Superbly clean and brilliant VS1 natural diamonds with an acutely textured ring shank. All culminated with an exceptional Emerald center stone of legendary provenance.
✔ Setting: Platinum
✔ Emerald Weight: 6.78 carats
✔ Emerald Shape: Emerald Cut
✔ Emerald Origin: Colombia (Muzo)
✔ Treatment: Insignificant
✔ Diamond Weight: 30 diamonds, 3.06 carats
✔ Diamond Color: G-H
✔ Diamond Clarity: VS1-VS2
✔ Diamond Cut(s): 18 baguette cut, 12 round cut
✔ Certificate: GRS
✔ Ring Size: 6 U.S. (adjustable)
✔ Item Weight: 14.77 grams
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Colombian Emeralds are said to be the purest and most sought after Emeralds in the world because Colombian Emerald deposits are the only ones on earth found in sedimentary host rock rather than in Igneous rock. The tectonic plate movements that formed the Andes Mountains force the raw materials of Emeralds; beryllium, chromium, and vanadium, to seep into the cracks of the mountain ridges. These mixtures eventually cool and crystalize to form the Emeralds we see today.
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