Matter of Heart in Yellow Gold

Delicate Ring With Light Brown 0.90 ct Brilliant in Gold From Our Workshop, 2022


€ 2,890.00 *
Content 1 piece
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Delicate Ring With Light Brown 0.90 ct Brilliant in Gold From Our Workshop, 2022
Delicate Ring With Light Brown 0.90 ct Brilliant in Gold From Our Workshop, 2022
Description
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The love for antique objects makes us as antique jewellery dealers buy unmounted gemstones from time to time. Because every historical diamond is an unmistakable unique specimen with its very own character. However, the search for beautiful settings for our diamonds turned out to be more difficult than expected. Modern ready-made settings, as you can buy them in stores, are often soulless machine products without a feeling for form and proportion. But beautiful, hand-forged, antique settings rarely come to us without matching diamonds. So we commissioned our goldsmith to forge a ring setting based on our design, which we then had cast using ancient techniques. We had the present ring made of high karat yellow gold, using historic gold. The diamond we had set in the setting is a vintage brilliant cut diamond. It weighs 0.90 ct and shines in a light brown hue (TTLB). It shows some inclusions that hardly disturb its brilliance. Due to the setting in yellow gold, the tint is hardly noticeable. Two smaller diamonds in delicate millegrain settings divide the ring shoulders and give the piece its light elegance, which sets off the large diamond beautifully. At the same time, the jewellery sparkles with every ray of light that strikes its finely crafted surfaces. The ring can be worn every day thanks to its high-quality, insensitive materials and its flat design. An ideal ring for what is probably the most decisive question in life - and that is always a matter of the heart!
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In ancient times, diamonds were valued primarily for their incomparable hardness. As symbols of invincible strength, their beauty was secondary at best. In fact, early diamonds do not appear at all attractive to the modern eye. Medieval cutting techniques also did not allow for spectacular light reflections, and the widespread table cuts only brought out the brightness and color of the stones. All this changed in the graduated 17th century. The nobility of the Baroque period developed a taste for glittering gemstones. Rose-cut diamonds, whose multiple facets beautifully reflected candlelight, were especially popular. In the middle of the century, a first, early brilliant cut developed, called the Mazarin cut after the influential Cardinal Jules Mazarin, characterized by a crown with 17 facets. By the end of the century, these diamonds were then replaced by a new shape, named the Peruzzi cut after its inventor. Vincenzo Peruzzi was a gem cutter from Venice who increased the crown of the diamonds by additional facets to a total of 33, thus increasing the fire of the stones enormously. However, these early brilliant diamonds were not standardized in terms of the number and shape of the facets. Each stone was cut in such a way that as much substance as possible could be preserved. New diamond deposits in Brazil in the second half of the 18th century then led to a cut shape that became known as the Old Mine Cut. These diamonds are already very similar to today's full cut brilliant cut diamonds, but several more generations of continuous improvement in cutting techniques were needed before the Old Mine Cut became the Old European Cut, and finally the modern full cut in the 1940s.
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Delicate Ring With Light Brown 0.90 ct Brilliant in Gold From Our Workshop, 2022
Matter of Heart in Yellow Gold
€ 2,890.00 *
Content 1 piece
Incl. VAT, Shipping
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You can rely on our years of experience in the trade and our expertise as a professional art historians for reviews of the antique jewellery. As a member of various trader organisations and the British Society of Jewellery Historians, we remain committed to the highest possible degree of accuracy. In our descriptions, we always also indicate any signs of age and defects and never hide them in our photos — this saves you from any unpleasant surprises when your package arrives.

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