Golden brown natural 0.55 ct old cut diamond in rose gold ring, circa 1910
Colored diamonds have a fascination of their own, because each shade of the precious stones is a little different and always individual. Large, colored diamonds can be found in almost every princely cabinet of art and curiosities. The so-called "Blue Wittelsbacher" was one of the greatest treasures of the Bavarian kings; the son of August the Strong of Saxony paid more money for the "Green Dresden" than the construction of the Moritzburg Castle had cost. In the possession of the kings of Thailand is a very large yellow diamond , which bears the name "Golden Jubilee". It was presented to King Bhumibol on the occasion of his 50th anniversary on the throne and its golden yellow colour is very impressive. The beautiful old-cut diamond in this antique rose gold ring, which came to us here in Berlin, convinces with an equally unusual natural colour. The stone with individual proportions and very beautiful light refraction forms the center of the classic solitaire, which holds the slightly cushion-shaped stone in a platinum frame. You certainly don't have to wait until your golden wedding anniversary, 50th birthday or other "golden" anniversary to wear this golden brown diamond; the piece is also perfect as an engagement ring. Gild your everyday life with a precious coloured diamond!
Color diamonds have been fetching spectacular prices for some years now, because they are extremely rare and valuable. Only one in 100,000 diamonds has a natural, intense color and is therefore called a "Fancy Color Diamond". The decisive factor for the price of a "fancy color diamond" is not so much the size and clarity of the stone, but rather the intensity of the color.
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We want you to be 100% satisfied! That’s why we examine, describe and photograph all our jewellery with the utmost care.
If for any reason you are still not satisfied, contact us and we will find a mutual solution immediately. Regardless, you can return any item within 30 days and we will refund you the full purchase price.