A cool refreshing blue square-cut aquamarine, weighing approximately 14 carats, is presented with straightforward mid-century minimalism in this lovely solitaire cocktail ring, crafted in 14K yellow gold and currently ring size 5 1/2. The aqua measures just over 1/2 inch.
Materials: 14 Karat Yellow Gold
Current Ring Size:
Most rings can be resized up or down one size unless noted and sometimes more. 5 1/2
Length: 5/8 Inch
Height: 7/16 Inch
CENTER AQUAMARINE DETAILS
Cut/Shape: Square Emerald Cut
Carat Weight: 14.00 carat
Measurements: 14.25 x 14.32 x 9.93 mm
Gorgeous Vintage Aquamarine Solitaire Ring
A sensational horizontally set vibrant natural Australian crystal opal and old European cut diamond halo ring in 18k rose gold! The central sunset-colored gemstone hails from the mines of Australia and has been specifically picked for this one of a kind ring which features a prong set 1.18ct solid opal and .56 ct t.w. of G-H color, VS2-SI1 clarity antique old European cut diamonds all gently prong set in a rare and coveted Victorian influenced halo design. This ring has a grand total approximate gemstone and diamond weight being 1.74 ct t.w.. This ring measures 11.7mm North to South, 13.72mm East to West, and is raised 5.77mm off the finger. This ring weighs 3.1 grams, and is a finger size 5.75 and is re-sizable.
A Gorgeous Australian Crystal Opal & Old European Cut Diamond 1.74ct.tw Halo Ring
This absolutely stunning Vibrant Blue-Green Double GIA Certified 2.61 Total Carat Weight Earth Mined Paraiba Tourmaline & Diamond Ring is a once in a lifetime collector’s opportunity. Boasting an impressive 1.88 carat (exact carat weight) VS clarity highly sought after blue-green color specimen, this gorgeous solid 18k white gold estate beauty has everything an investment grade ring could offer featuring 24 round brilliant VS1-SI2 clarity fine quality F-G colorless & near colorless diamonds. This one of a kind collectors ring has it all including a classic design and would be the highlight of any fine jewelry collection.
Queen Elizabeth also often wore her diamond bandeu tiara, a very simple geometric Art Deco piece which is nowadays frequently seen gracing the present Queen’s head. It can be worn as a necklace as well and was lent by Queen Paola to Princess Mathilde to be worn on her marriage to Prince Philippe in 1999.
The rarity of this jewel is perhaps often too undervalued. Unlike other gems, Tanzanite has but one source: the mines at the foothills of Tanzania. There is nowhere else in this world other than this compact “band-aid” strip of land, 4 kilometers wide and 2 kilometers long to be exact, that a Tanzanite can be mined. In fact, experts agree that the chances of Tanzanite being found anywhere else in the world are less than one in a million, making this gemstone a thousand times rarer than diamonds. At the current rate of mine, it is estimated that the mines will be depleted within the next 25 years.
Gorgeous Tanzanite and Diamond Ring by Leibish & Co.
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Posted by Leibish & Co. on Monday, June 5, 2017
Spring – A Collab with the Princess in Pink
The spring in your steps
And the spring in nature
Playing a match
That let me have a catch
Of a bit of happiness
In all my loneliness
In all my loneliness
This weather makes me
Light as a feather
Dreaming of us together*
Dreaming of us together
In a fairyland
We claim as ours
Where a vast meadow
Filled with flowers
Dancing as the wind blows
Dancing as the wind blows
Taking away my woes
Sun rays kissing our skin
Let the light shine upon us
Gorgeous Pink Diamond Rings
The famous emerald and diamond Moreira tiara featuring one of the largest jewelry quality emeralds ever found. Platinum tiara with (42.4 carats) large center emerald, (7.56 carats) side emeralds and (7.89 carats) of pave diamonds. By Ernesto Moreira
The Exquisite Emerald and Diamond Moreira Tiara
Welcome to the world of Ernesto Moreira. A world of elegance, luxury, and romance: a world where the most amazing visions are transformed into the most breathtaking realities. In this world, beauty begins with inspiration. The inspiration can come in many forms: perhaps a client or a pattern found in nature; perhaps an object in the world around us, such as the curve of an architectural element or simply the raw materials themselves. Once inspired, the process of translating the vision into a reality begins. It is a meticulous process which involves exacting precision and the minutest attention to detail. The final result is a work of art wrought in precious metals and punctuated with the finest diamonds, the most unique gems and the highest quality pearls.
Critically acclaimed, the collections and one-of-a-kind pieces of Ernesto Moreira represent a return to old world craftsmanship and singularity of vision not often found in today’s tendencies toward convenience and mass cloning. So welcome to our world. Whether it’s a signature piece from one of our distinguished collections or a one-of-a-kind heirloom you’re looking for, we hope you enjoy browsing through our treasures and exploring our history. Innovative design, intricate detail, old world craftsmanship, and the most exquisite precision – these are the hallmarks of the creations born from the imagination of Ernesto Moreira.
A late Victorian diamond tiara, the tiara comprising nine graduated diamond-set fleur de lys motifs with old brilliant-cut diamond tops, alternating with graduating diamond set leaf motifs with diamond trefoils to bottom, all to a gold frame with diamond set scalloped knife edge necklet back, diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 15 carats, set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with hidden side snap clasp, gross weight 65.6 grams, circa 1890.
As the Duchess of Devonshire, she garnered much attention and fame in society during her lifetime With a preeminent position in the peerage of England, the duchess was famous for her beauty, charisma, and leading fashion and style; political campaigning; emotionally and psychologically conflicting marital arrangements and love affairs; and socializing and gambling.
Duchess of Devonshire Emerald Tiara by Cartier, c. 1901-1910
Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire (7 June 1757 – 30 March 1806) was an English socialite, style icon, author, and activist. Of noble birth from the House of Spencer, married into the House of Cavendish, she was the first wife of William Cavendish, 5th Duke of Devonshire, and the mother of the 6th Duke of Devonshire. As the Duchess of Devonshire, she garnered much attention and fame in society during her lifetime With a preeminent position in the peerage of England, the duchess was famous for her beauty, charisma, and leading fashion and style; political campaigning; emotionally and psychologically conflicting marital arrangements and love affairs; and socializing and gambling.She was the great-great-great-great-aunt of Diana, Princess of Wales. Their lives, centuries apart, have been compared in tragedy in contemporary time.