1.17 Carat One-of-a-Kind Rose Cut Grey Diamond Ring
Before we had common stone cuts, such as the Round Brilliant that you see most often in fine jewelry, there were a variety of more primitive ways to cut a diamond. Early faceting techniques are believed to have originated in the 14th century, with Mogul cuts emerging as a way of faceting asymmetrical rough diamond forms. As cutting techniques progressed, these early stones were used to experiment with new cuts, reducing the quantity of original Mogul cut diamonds.
Presently, a limited number of diamond cutters continue to employ this traditional technique, though their numbers have dwindled due to the increasing popularity of more intricate faceting methods. These stones are difficult to find, often with only a small handful available at a time. Satomi fell in love with the primitive nature of these stones and how they harmonize with her organic design.
This item is a One-of-a-Kind.
Unless we have the material/size you need in stock, this will be specially made for you and will be considered Special Order, Final Sale.
Complimentary, one time resizing. Please specify your size at checkout.
This ring will be delivered in an upgraded jewelry box at no extra charge.
Origin of Product
Handmade in New York
How We Measure
1.7 - 1.8 mm
1.8 - 1.9 mm
7.4 x 7.4 mm
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Carat Weight for Center Stone
Total Carat Weight
1.17 Total Carat Weight