1/2Ct. 5.2mm SOLITAIRE ENGAGEMENT RING 18K WHITE GOLD BEZEL 6 PRONG SETTING ABSOLUTE AUCTION
This Engagement Ring is the classic setting for all engagement rings
This New item is from another Estate we manage
It is 18k White Gold with a 1/2 Ct. 5.2mm Matura Diamond 6 prong setting as stated by the Documentation from the estate; you will receive the same Item as the one in the pictures
The Original Estate Owner was manager of a retail jewelry store this item is from one of their suppliers that sold fine jewelry for over 30 years
When a wholesale jewelry supplier wants you to buy their product they send you Flawless samples that are almost Undistinguishable from a real diamond ring.
The stones they use are one of the following Matura Diamond, Zircon, manmade or a Synthetic Diamond in the same settings that they use for retail orders
Most jewelry stores to increase their inventory use these to special order the ring of your choice sized and the Diamond Carat weight to your specifications.
The ring you will receive is one of their Flawless Samples in a white gold setting and a 1/3 carat Matura Diamond
The full item description and text below was in the safe with the other collectable items
This ring would be class AAAA
A - Small Inclusions & Tiny Chips - fair - Looks Okay
AA - Visible Small Inclusions & Tiny Chip - good - Looks Okay
AAAA - Clean Silky Surface with Good Make - Best - Look Great
AAAAA - Clean Silky Surface with Perfect Make - Very Best - Excellent
This is the item information found in the estate safe.
Item Type: Rings, Main Stone: 3/4 - .5 - 5.2mm Solitaires / Matura Diamond, Diamoneze, Zircon, Metals Type: White Gold 18K, Carat Weight: 1/2 Carat, Stock Number KDCZ-18 .5, Q&H Gem Color: White, Ring Size: Resizable from size 6 - 10 sizes (By your Jeweler) Setting Type: Solitaire Setting Occasion: Engagement
This is a new never used item without tags or stamps as it is not stamped I cannot post that 18k as a fact Upon initial inspection of the other estate items I am enclosing the standard and actual photos for you to decide.
What are 'synthetic diamonds'?
Synthetic diamonds are diamonds that are created in a laboratory, by man, and they exhibit the same chemical, optical, and physical properties, as natural diamonds that are mined from the earth.
What's the difference between synthetic and natural diamonds?
The difference between a synthetic diamond and a diamond that's mined naturally from the earth is that the diamond that's mined naturally from the earth took billions of years to be created, whereas a diamond that's created in a laboratory is created in a much shorter period of time in a more controlled environment by man.
Why would I want to purchase a synthetic diamond?
A natural diamond is mined; it comes naturally from the Earth. It was produced through nature. A synthetic diamond is produced in a laboratory. It's essentially a matter of taste. If you prefer a diamond that comes naturally from the ground, that is traditionally mined, that is from nature, then you can buy a natural diamond. If you prefer a diamond that is created in a laboratory, then you make the choice to buy a synthetic diamond. It's really a matter of taste.
Can I tell the difference between a synthetic and natural diamond?
It is very difficult for the layman with the untrained eye to tell the difference between a natural and a synthetic diamond. There are telltale characteristics in both. Natural diamonds actually exhibit, under close inspection, they exhibit characteristics from the regions in which they were mined, where synthetic diamonds exhibit characteristics of the lab in which they were mined. So an expert could tell the difference but the average individual really couldn't.
Are synthetic diamonds real diamonds?
Synthetic diamonds are real diamonds that are created in a laboratory. Because they exhibit the same chemical, optical and physical properties as a diamond that is mined naturally out of the earth they're considered real diamonds.
What colors do synthetic diamonds usually come in?
In general, synthetic diamonds come in white, oranges and yellows. But like natural diamonds, they could come in any color.
Do synthetic diamonds cost the same as natural diamonds?
Natural diamonds and synthetic diamonds aren't generally priced the same. Synthetic diamonds are, in general, a little less expensive that natural diamonds. However, it all depends on the diamond itself. The 4 C's determine the value of a diamond, and that, again, determines the price.
Why would I not want to buy a synthetic diamond?
The reason that you would want to buy a natural diamond and not buy a synthetic diamond is that natural diamonds took millions of years to create and are the perfect representation of your relationship. A natural diamond is the symbol of the dreams of couples in love coming true. That's why you'd want to buy a natural diamond and not buy a synthetic diamond