Massive Georgian Diamond Band

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Massive Georgian Diamond Band

45,000.00

Metal: Silver & 18K Gold

Stone: Rose Cut Diamond ( 4ctw )

Size: 6.5

Era: 1780

This Ring Can Be Resized.

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Diamonds have been the "end all be all" of gemstone options for quite a while. Despite the somewhat modern marketing campaigns of diamonds, which catapulted the market into a craze, they’ve been objects of desire for millennia. 
The toga clad Ancient Greeks were mesmerized by the stone’s beauty and properties, and could only assume they were products of heavenly beings. They called diamonds β€œtears of the gods”, and the Romans believed that they were shards of fallen stars that had shattered when hitting the earth. 
Uhm, yes please.

Pair diamonds with one of the most elegant time periods and you have yourself a match made in heaven. The Georgians had a knack for making their diamond look smoky and romantic, using foil to enhance the stone via candlelight, and these diamond bands are a perfect representation of that. These tears of gods were certainly the happy kind.

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