Yellow Gold 18 kt / 750 - Size 7
|Material Fineness:||18 ct.|
|Weight Main Stone (in carat):||0.48|
|Total Weight (in g):||5.20|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of wear|
Yellow gold ring 18 kt. with natural padparadscha sapphire 0.48 ct.
Ring size 7 USA - 14 Italy - 54 France
Ring Weight 5.20 gr.
Natural padparadscha sapphire characteristics:
weight 0.48 ct.
dimensions 5.71 x 4.07 x 2.41 mm.
n. 10 diamonds for 0.13 carats (approx.)
What is Padparadscha Sapphire?
Padparadscha sapphires are not generally well known to the general public but gemstone collectors treasure them. They are very beautiful with colors that are amazing.
Padparadscha is a derived from a Singhalese word for “aquatic lotus blossom” with a beautiful salmon color. The color for the padparadscha sapphire can range from a salmon color with a pinkish hue to an orange hue. They also tend to not be evenly colored, they can have color zones with pink and yellow hints around their salmon color.
Being So Rare…
With the Padparadscha Sapphire being extremely rare, they often times have asymmetrical cuts. Clarity is important in the padparadscha’s because with their light coloration inclusions are easily revealed. High clarity may need to be sacrificed to obtain a brilliantly colored stone. It is difficult to find a padparadscha over two carats in weight. When one is found it is considered exceptional and extremely rare.
The padparadscha sapphire is absolutely gorgeous. They are unique and rare with a color variation that will leave a person stunned. Each stone is simply amazing and you will not find two that are alike. The padparadscha presents beauties that can’t be denied, and should be snatched up when found. Just make sure that what you are paying for is truly a padparadscha and have your stones tested by a well known germsone laboratory such as the IGI, GIA, GRS.
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|Member since:||October 14, 2015|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Warning: He says he sells gems but it's ordinary glass.
The gem came with a certificate from GGL. It's meaningless. The stone was glass.
Beware!Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.In the certificate is written natural emerald treated. I am not a gemologist. I therefore trust the cetificate. There are three types of GGL. For the treatment of the gemstone, I add the following to clarify the following: Infiltration is the simplest chemical treatment, it consists in penetrating oil or other oily liquids into small cavities or fractures using medium pressure under vacuum.
The ultimate goal is to make the gems homogeneous and more transparent.
For the realization of this process are used oilers that have inside them a chamber containing oil; once the stone has been inserted, the oil is heated (from +5 to + 90 ° C) and the vacuum generator is put into operation (~ 5 bar). The most used liquids are: cedar oil, maize oil, palm oil, olive oil, mineral oil, tung oil (wood of China), balsam from Canada (cedar oil). These are colorless liquids. If dye is added to them, the treatment is no longer considered to be infiltration or oiling but artificial coloring.
The gems most commonly subjected to this treatment are emeralds.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Très belle bague, satisfait de mon achat, conforme a la description.
Emballage un peu léger, simple enveloppe a bulle et expédition un peu longue, 10-15 jours de l'Italie a la France.
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|Rest of Europe||$31.05|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: LEDRO (Trentino-Alto Adige), Italy.
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