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Rough Diamonds Mixed Cut Diamond Earrings in Rose Gold
  • Rough Diamonds Mixed Cut Diamond Earrings in Rose Gold

Rough Diamonds Mixed Cut Diamond Earrings in Rose Gold

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An exceptional pair of diamond earrings in rose gold featuring a range of diamond cuts and colours. The earrings are expertly handcrafted allowing for different settings for the different diamond cuts whether this is the classic claw set modern brilliants the rub over set rose cuts or the unique rough diamonds held by a fine wire setting. The earrings demonstrate the inspiration for the Rough Diamonds collection nature. Flowing effortlessly down the ear each leaf catches the light in a unique way. The Rough Diamonds collection is not only inspired by nature but also created by it. The range of diamond colours and diamond cuts show the variety of this exceptional gemstone. Each piece is handcrafted in our workshop meaning the most exacting standards are met with design and gem setting and the highest level of finish.
Material 18CT Rose Gold
Principal Stone Diamond Yellow
Principal Cut Rose
Diamond Colour Yellow
Principal Diamond Clarity VS
Principal Stone Weight 4.68 ct
Second Stone Diamond
Total Weight 6.44 ct

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Rough Diamonds Mixed Cut Diamond Earrings in Rose Gold

Cut

An understanding of diamond cut begins with the shape of a diamond. Largely a matter of personal preference, diamond shapes can vary from a marquise or a pear to an oval or a heart. Diamond cutting is a highly skilled craft and all cut shapes have specific guidelines to ensure they are considered ‘well cut’. The angle and placement of the facets used to create these distinctive cuts is very precise. Any deviation from the ideal proportions will affect the value of the finished gem.

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Colour

As the world’s respected and foremost diamond grading laboratory, the GIA’s colour grading scale for diamonds is followed as the industry standard. Beginning with the letter D – representing completely colourless – the scale graduates in colour right through to Z. Even though each letter grade has a clearly defined range of colour appearance, the colour distinctions are so subtle that they are invisible to the untrained eye. However, these slight variations make a significant difference both in diamond quality and performance. The minimum colour requirement in our Diamond Collection for GIA certified diamonds is H.

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Clarity

Every diamond is unique. Another of the 5Cs is diamond clarity, which refers to the absence of inclusions or blemishes. It is rare for diamonds not to have any of these ‘birthmarks’, so it is this rarity that determines a diamond's value. Using the GIA International Diamond Grading System™, diamonds are assigned a clarity grade ranging from FL (flawless) to I3 (obvious inclusions) – with inclusions becoming visible to the naked eye at SI2. The minimum requirement in our Diamond Collection for GIA certified diamonds is SI1 (slightly included).

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Carat Weight

In terms of the 4Cs of diamond grading, the first to spring to mind for most people is the carat. The name derives from the carob seed, which was used by early gem traders as counterweights in their balance scales. Today, the size of a diamond is measured in carat weight, with 0.2g equalling one carat. This is divided into 100 points, so a diamond of 75 points weighs 0.75 of a carat. Although carat weight is the most obvious factor when determining a diamond’s value, two diamonds of equal size can in fact have disparate values, due to differences in their colour, cut or clarity.

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