3.41 Carat Old European Cut Diamond with Sapphire Cluster Stud Earrings
This old mutual/European cut diamond solitaire pair is an incredible feisty stylish design. The diamond pair of 3.41 carat is an antique 58 facets cut without the precision of the modern regular cut we get today, thereby acting as its predecessor of sorts. This cut possesses the special characteristic of a high crown, small table, and a large, flat culet. The cutting technique is primarily from the 1800s era and was used mostly during the Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Nouveau periods.
The solitaire pair in white gold prong-closed setting is exceptionally surrounded by identical and matching lustry blue sapphire cabochon special arc-sphere dome old cut indented in the gaps spaced by round diamonds in the dotted pronged shank. The sapphire tube cuts are perfected through the silver mould dye created to equally and progressively cut the sapphires with the help of the right artisans and cutters. It’s an effectively time-consuming and elaborate process that looks simple but is very complex and revolutionary.
The fascinating hammered gold randalls throughout the earring setting holding the sapphires and diamonds both is the gypsy style used in the old times for strength and depth highlighting the stones and their beauty. This earring pair is a timeless intriguing design that can be worn regularly without the need to change.
Details of the piece:
Gross Weight: 12.104 grams
18 Karat Gold: 9.302 grams
Old European Cut Diamond: 3.41 carat
Sapphire: 10.14 carats
Round Diamond: 0.46 carats
This piece can also be made in any color of gold.
The size of the earrings can be changed.
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