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14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £2,300.00
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & BAGUETTE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
14CT GOLD EMERALD-CUT PINK MYSTIC TOPAZ & 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 3-carat emerald-cut Medium to medium dark vibrant pink Mystic Topaz. It's eye-clean; good brilliance; good cut; good polish – it's a bona fide showstopper!

Now, let's get down to brass tacks. Baguette-cut Diamonds, my dears, are like the sleek, geometric French bread of gems – slim, elongated, and oh-so-chic. But here's the scoop – they're not flashy, so you'll want a slightly higher clarity grade to make them shine. Luckily, I've got GHI colour and SI2 clarity – top-notch quality guaranteed to dazzle!

But wait, there's more! These beauties are custom-made and imported from the USA, so brace yourselves for a 6-8 week wait. Although, between you and me, I've never twiddled my thumbs for more than a fortnight – fingers crossed, eh?

Now, let's talk options! I've got snug-fitting 14-carat Gold wedding bands to match, available in Rose, White Gold, or Platinum. Plus, 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!

And when it comes to payment plans, 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, on your terms – weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. You're the captain of this ship! And once it's all squared away, your bling will make its way to you, with PayPal as your trusty sidekick.

Now, onto traditions – Diamonds might hog the limelight, but let's not forget about coloured gemstones with their own tales to tell. Topaz has been known since ancient times. The early source for Topaz was Ceylon (Sri Lanka), which continues to supply Topaz today. It was occasionally used in ecclesiastical jewels but little else in the Middle Ages. By the Victorian Era, its use was widespread. The mining of Topaz is strongly associated with tin mining, a mineral needed to create bronze (an alloy of copper and tin) and it is almost certain that the people in the Middle-Eastern Bronze Age would have known about this gemstone. Although open à jour settings have been employed since the end of the 17th century, most Topaz were still set in closed-back settings with a back foil to intensify their hue. For smaller individual stones, as used in 'regard' jewellery from around 1840, this was not deemed necessary. Topaz is a gemstone that, throughout history, has shared its name with all other yellow gemstones. During the 16th century, Cellini described a (most probably) yellow Sapphire as “topaz”. Topaz comes in many hues, from colourless to yellow, blue, brown, red, and everything in between. Pink and red stones are mostly mined in Brazil.

Recently another treatment was developed for Topaz that produces the “mystic” varieties. These multi-colored “iridescent” stones are created by coating the pavilion facets of colourless Topaz with a similar coating used on iridescent sunglasses. Azotich Coating Technology holds the patent.

So, if this Topaz 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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