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14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £3,600.00
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT GREEN TOURMALINE & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

Alright, my lovely folks, gather 'round because I've stumbled upon a treasure that'll make you toss out your old jewellery box quicker than you can say "bling bling"! Feast your eyes on this: ten natural baguette-cut Diamonds, totalling a whopping 0.50 carats. But hold onto your hats – here's the pièce de résistance – a mysterious natural AA grade 2.41-carat emerald-cut medium light to dark yellowish green Tourmaline. It's eye-clean to slight imperfections; good cut – it's a bona fide showstopper!

The Diamonds: Sleek, Chic, and Oh-So-Geometric

Baguette-cut Diamonds, my dears, are like the sleek, geometric French bread of gems – slim, elongated, and effortlessly chic. They're the Audrey Hepburn of the Diamond world: elegant and understated. Now, they’re not the flashiest of the bunch, so you’ll want a slightly higher clarity grade to make them shine. Lucky for you, these beauties boast GHI colour and SI2 clarity – top-notch quality guaranteed to dazzle!

The Tourmaline: The Real Showstopper

But let’s not forget the pièce de résistance – the natural AA grade 3-carat emerald-cut medium light to dark yellowish green Tourmaline. This gem is the stuff of legends, literally. It’s eye-clean to slight imperfections with a good cut, making it the kind of jewel that could make Cleopatra herself green with envy.

Custom-Made Marvels, Just for You

These dazzling delights are custom-made and imported from the USA. Yes, there's a 6-8 week wait, but between you and me, I’ve never twiddled my thumbs for more than a fortnight – fingers crossed, eh? Just remember, bespoke/custom, personalised, and engraved items cannot be returned. So, make sure you’re head over heels before you commit!

Options, Options, Options!

Need the perfect band to match? I’ve got snug-fitting 14-carat Gold wedding bands in 14ct Yellow, Rose or White Gold, or Platinum. And yes, this ring is customisable to fit your finger like it was crafted just for you. Shoot me a message if you've got any burning questions, my darlings!

Easy on the Wallet: Layaway Plans

When it comes to payment, it’s all about layaway. Slap down a 25-50% deposit, and you’ve got up to six months to chip away at the rest – weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. You’re the captain of this ship! Once it’s all squared away, your bling will make its way to you, with PayPal as your trusty sidekick.

The Gemstone Gossip: Tourmaline Tales

Now, let’s get a bit educational. The name Tourmaline comes from the Sinhalese word "turmali," meaning mixed and unidentified stones. Legend has it that children playing with these stones noticed they could attract bits of ash and straw like a magnet. This pyroelectric ability means they come in every imaginable colour. First brought to Europe by Dutch traders, Tourmalines also block colour when viewed from certain angles, making them early polarising filters.

Tourmalines are a complex boro-silicate, and their green variety, Verdelite, gets its hue from traces of chromium or vanadium. With a hardness of 7 to 7.5 and no cleavage, Tourmalines are durable and versatile. Whether yellow-green, green, or blue-green, Verdelite offers a colour palette that rivals even the finest Emeralds.

Famous Faux Pas: The Green Tourmaline Mistaken for Emeralds

When a Spanish conquistador first discovered green Tourmaline in Brazil, he mistook it for Emerald, igniting a rush for this gem. The Duchess of Windsor’s “Emerald” necklace and Queen Silvia of Sweden’s “Emerald” tiara both turned out to be adorned with green Tourmaline, not Emerald. So, if a queen can rock it, so can you!

So, if this Tourmaline stunner isn’t quite your cup of tea, just give me a shout. Let’s sprinkle some magic dust and find the perfect piece to make your heart skip a beat! ✨

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