Platinum Stuart Pear Cut 0.66 ct Diamond Ring


This stunning Stuart diamond ring is designed and set by hand in Great Britain with a certified 0.50 pear shaped cut central diamond with 0.16 carats on the shoulders.

About The Diamond Ring

  • Cut: Pear
  • Colour: D
  • Clarity: VVS2
  • Total Carat Weight: 0.66
  • Certification: EGL

Ring Setting : Set to maximise the brilliance of the central pear shaped stone and diamond shoulders, this ring comes in platinum and is hallmarked. 

The ring is currently stocked in ring size L however can be made to order in the following sizes J, K, M, N, O and P. 

Gift Wrapping - This stunning diamond rings comes gift wrapped in our signature gift box which is hand tied with a crisp white ribbon. 

Jewellery Gifting Made Easy - During the check-out process you also have the option to purchase a matching Sheenashona gift bag, tissue & ribbon along with a Sheenashona gift card and envelope to add your special message.

About the Pear Cut Diamond - This shape is a combination of a round brilliant and a marquise diamond shape, with a tapered point on one end. The diamond is always worn with the narrow end pointing toward the hand of the wearer. Like marquise and oval cuts, the pear shaped diamond comes in a variety of slim to wide cuts. Ideally, a pear shaped diamond should possess excellent or very good symmetry. The point should line up with the apex of the rounded end. The shoulders and wings (the upper and lower curves on the right and left side of the diamond) should form uniform, symmetrical curves, with no straight edges. A pear diamond should always be set with a prong at the point as it's the most likely location for chipping as this point was once nearest the outer edge of the rough stone, flaws such as naturals, extra facets, and other inclusions may be located here. A narrow pear diamond is ideal for dangle earrings, while a wider shape might be preferred for a solitaire ring. The pear cut stone is usually comprised of 58 facets, although the number of pavilion facets may range from 4 to 8. Additionally, pear shapes are sometimes cut with a French tip, which replaces the large bezel facet at the point with star and upper girdle facets.

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