You heard me. Pink diamonds roundup, I say.
Hello, beautiful ring. No subtlety here: a big honking pink diamond with more diamonds on either side. To get more specific, you’re looking at a 7.09 carat Fancy pink diamond – a type IIa fancy pink diamond, to be precise. This is an incredibly rare stone of exceptional quality. And it’s flanked on either side by two shield or bullet-cut diamonds, totaling 1.04 carats and both graded E color and VS1 clarity. To summarize, this is one hell of a ring.
This ring is just lovely. I love a square ring, don’t you? The center stone is a cut-cornered rectangular modified brilliant-cut diamond of fancy brownish purplish pink color weighing 1.70 carats. The colored diamond is surrounded by round diamonds weighing approximately 1.45 carats.
This spectacular ring is a bit of a deviation from the rest of the rings in this post, for obvious reasons. The center stone here is an extremely rare modified pear double rose-cut fancy vivid blue diamond weighting 5 carats. The incredible center stone is surrounded by 6.69 carats of briolette diamonds and brilliant cut pink diamonds. It’s the only one here to feature multiple pink diamonds. Fabulous.
This beauty centers a 4.59 carat fancy intense pink pear-shaped diamond. The pink center stone is flanked by two pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum and pink gold. A light and lovely ring.