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Drop Earrings made in Sterling Silver

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SKU: 49EUNO32
Drop earrings made with intertwining rings dangling from a chain. Made in sterling silver
Material Sterling Silver
setting Or Make Hollow
Major Gem Qty 0
Major Gem Weight 0.0
Major Gem Height
Minor Gem Qty 0
Minor Gem Weight 0.0
Minor Gem Height
Tertiary Gem Qty 0
Tertiary Gem Weight 0.0
Tertiary Gem Height
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Finish Polished
Glass
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Cut

The cut refers to both the shape and style of a diamond, as well as its proportions, symmetry and finish. The cut influences how light interacts with the stone to show its brilliance and sparkle, with the best cuts bringing out the luminosity of the stone.

 

Colour

Diamonds range in colour from the colourless “D” rating to the light yellow “Z". This difference can be very subtle but almost all stones will have a trace of yellow, brown or grey in them. The colour is assessed by a gemologist who uses a standardised set of master diamonds to give each stone its letter grading.

 

Clarity

The clarity of a diamond is determined by how flawless it is. Because they are generally naturally formed stones, most diamonds carry at least some minor imperfections. The number and size of these flaws is used to assess each diamond's clarity grading. Only diamonds found to have no imperfections under 10x magnification receive the Flawless grade.

 

Carat

The weight of a diamond is measured in carats and is the most significant factor considered when assessing the value of a stone. The larger the diamond, the heavier it is. However, a big diamond that performs poorly in the other 4 C's is likely to be valued significantly lower than a small diamond that achieves high ratings in these other categories.

 

Confidence

Confidence is the fifth - and most recent C. It refers to the diamond having a grading certificate from an independent and reputable grading laboratory which verifies its authenticity. Diamond grading certificates typically include all the unique characteristics of your diamond, as well as individual gradings for the 4 other C's - cut, colour, clarity and carat weight.

Description
Drop earrings made with intertwining rings dangling from a chain. Made in sterling silver
Details
Material Sterling Silver
setting Or Make Hollow
Major Gem Qty 0
Major Gem Weight 0.0
Major Gem Height
Minor Gem Qty 0
Minor Gem Weight 0.0
Minor Gem Height
Tertiary Gem Qty 0
Tertiary Gem Weight 0.0
Tertiary Gem Height
Total Diamond Weight 0.0
Finish Polished
Glass
Shape Drop
Length 0.0
Diameter 0.0
Width 0.0
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The 5Cs

Cut

The cut refers to both the shape and style of a diamond, as well as its proportions, symmetry and finish. The cut influences how light interacts with the stone to show its brilliance and sparkle, with the best cuts bringing out the luminosity of the stone.

 

Colour

Diamonds range in colour from the colourless “D” rating to the light yellow “Z". This difference can be very subtle but almost all stones will have a trace of yellow, brown or grey in them. The colour is assessed by a gemologist who uses a standardised set of master diamonds to give each stone its letter grading.

 

Clarity

The clarity of a diamond is determined by how flawless it is. Because they are generally naturally formed stones, most diamonds carry at least some minor imperfections. The number and size of these flaws is used to assess each diamond's clarity grading. Only diamonds found to have no imperfections under 10x magnification receive the Flawless grade.

 

Carat

The weight of a diamond is measured in carats and is the most significant factor considered when assessing the value of a stone. The larger the diamond, the heavier it is. However, a big diamond that performs poorly in the other 4 C's is likely to be valued significantly lower than a small diamond that achieves high ratings in these other categories.

 

Confidence

Confidence is the fifth - and most recent C. It refers to the diamond having a grading certificate from an independent and reputable grading laboratory which verifies its authenticity. Diamond grading certificates typically include all the unique characteristics of your diamond, as well as individual gradings for the 4 other C's - cut, colour, clarity and carat weight.

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