The Emerald and Diamond Gessa Ring

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The Emerald and Diamond Gessa Ring

8,000.00

Metal: Platinum

Stone: Emerald (3.83ct) & Diamond (.4ctw)

Size: 5.5

Face Size: Approx. 10mm x 9mm

What You Should Know: Minor Oil Emerald in beautiful condition!

* This Ring Can Be Resized.

In the 16th century, lapidaries developed the first step cuts. An organic evolution from the table cut, step cuts had additional facets creating the illusion of peering down into the stone. Centuries later, a new type of step cut hit the market- the elongating, undeniably sophisticated, glamorous emerald cut. 

Emerald cuts were originally solely used for emeralds, hence the name. This technique put less pressure on the soft colored gem, but after examining the resulting beauty of its facet pattern, emerald cuts were soon applied to all gemstones, diamonds included. The facet pattern runs parallel to the girdle, drawing the eye inward. 

Emerald cuts were a natural choice for the architecturally inspired styles of the Art Deco Era. The straight rows found in emerald cuts play on the linear obsessions f the 1920s and 30s. This insane emerald and diamond ring is a pristine example of how nicely emerald cuts and Art Deco settings. 

A square emerald cut Emerald pulling a deep green hue sits in four platinum prongs. The square emerald weighs an impressive 3.83cts. The .4cts of bright white emerald cut diamonds that sit on each side of the stone beautifully lengthen the finger and balance the intense color

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