Stunning Blue Zircon & Diamond Custom Crafted Triple Halo Antique Inspired Contemporary Engagement Ring in 14K White Gold
Try this one on for size! What a sensational ring. This GORGEOUS ring features an authentic and natural, approximately 1 carat blue zircon center stone, flanked on either side by 2 diamonds in 14 karat white gold.. These 3 stones channel the classical beauty of the antique 3 Stone ring very common during the Edwardian era. The primary stones are accented by 38 diamonds mounted in beautiful halo settings. This dazzling ring would be just as comfortable on a wedding finger as any other!
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This gorgeous 14k white gold ring features an approximate 1 carat (5.3mm x 5.4 mm) natural, blue zircon stone. (More about this underappreciated stone below.) The two diamonds that flank the center stone are approximately .12 carats each. These three stones are surrounded by 38 diamonds, approximately .01 points each, All diamonds are very fine quality, approximately G-H in color and approximately SI-1-2 in clarity. Total diamond weight approximately .63 carats. The ring weighs 4.2 grams.
The ring is size 6. Ring Sizing available for an additional cost.
A written appraisal will be included with the purchase.
Although known to man from the earliest days of civilization, zircon is perhaps the most underrated stones among other fancy, colorful stones. Zircon is a naturally occurring mineral made from zirconium silicate. Although colorless zircon is purest form of the zircon and resembles the diamond, the gemstone also comes in a myriad of colors like shades of blue, green, yellow and most commonly brown. The intense luster and strong fire of zircon gives the stone a magnificent sparkle. this is because it is a doubly-refractive stone, and one of the few stones that gives a diamond a run for its money in the "sparkle" category.
In the Eleventh century, zircon was regarded as the talisman for travelers, protecting them from injury, disease and insomnia, as well as guarantying a warm reception wherever their travels would take them. During the Middle Ages, zircon was believed to induce better sleep, shun away evil spirits, and promote wealth, honor and wisdom. Many scholars are of the opinion that zircon got its name from the Arabic words ‘zarkun’, meaning “cinnabar” or “vermilion.” Others believe that the source of the name comes from is the Persian word zargun, or “gold colored.” The blue variety of zircon was a special favorite during the Victorian times, an era when fine gems were frequently used to be adorned in English estate jewelry dating from the 1880s.
It must be noted that zircon is different from cubic zirconium, which is a synthetic lab-created stone to be used as an affordable diamond imitator. Blue Zircon took an unfortunate turn in popularity after th einvention of the lab-created diamond synthetic took the name zirconium, too many people mistook zircon for zirconium. This is a shame because for far too long now, the natural, radiating beauty of zircon has been underused and underappreciated.
Did You Know?
Zircon is one of the oldest rocks in Earth – a few grains of zircon discovered in the early 1990s in sandstone in Western Australia date back 4.2–4.3 billion years.
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About Cristina's Jewelry
As a family business, we at Cristina's have thrived for nearly 30 years by selling high quality, hand crafted estate treasures, and we keep our overhead low so that we may sell these treasures at far below retail boutique prices. We carefully research each of our precious items for sale, and include, to the best of our knowledge (and after all these years in the business, this knowledge has become quite extensive) the most accurate description of our items for sale, including historical information, provenance, and condition of item, so that you can rest comfortably in the knowledge that you'll be getting what you're paying for.
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Return Policy For Internet Sales
You have 10 days from the time your package arrives to return your item for a full refund. All returned jewelry items must be in the same condition as was sent to you. No jewelry will be accepted for return if it is damaged, altered or worn. We also offer an exchange for store credit only within 30 days after purchase. All sales are final after 30 days.