Emerald Cut Diamond and Delicate Halo Engagement Ring, 14k White Gold. (D1233)
Foureen-karat white gold halo style engagement ring featuring a beautiful 0.69 carat emerald cut diamond. A four pronged setting securely holds the diamond in place. The diamond is an emerald cut (cut corner step cut rectangular) diamond measuring 6.34 x 4.29 x 2.87 mm with VS-1 clarity and J color. Framing the center and extending down the sides are thirty (30) full cut diamonds totaling 0.23 carat; average clarity VS and color G-H. Overall width is 9 mm across the top with a delicate 1.5 mm shank.
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The diamond engagement ring is a tradition that dates back hundreds of years. Each diamond is truly unique, like a snowflake. Each piece of diamond rough is carefully examined and a unique cutting plan is designed to optimize all of its special characteristics. The first engagement ring reportedly, was given in 1477 by Archduke Maximillian to Mary of Burgundy and was worn on the fourth finger of the left hand due to the “vein of love” that was believed to run from that finger directly to the heart (Encyclopaedia Brittanica, 2008). Our knowledge of our vascular system has changed since then but the tradition has become entrenched in our modern culture. Rings (not necessarily finger rings, but a ring-shaped accessory worn in a variety of ways: bracelet, arm band, etc) are seen in modern as well as various ancient cultures around the world