The Victorian Diamond Disk Necklace

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The Victorian Diamond Disk Necklace

410.00

Metal: 14K Gold (Pendant & Chain)

Pendant Size: 13mm in Diameter

Stone: Diamond

Chain: 18"

Era: 1860

The days of the "In your face blinding bling" are gone and we couldn't be happier! (Seriously, unless your a rap star or one of the K's, just check that at the door.)

The trend is turning back to old Rose Cut diamonds, and we are going to tell you why these little beauties have been the bee's knees for centuries. 

Rose Cut diamonds (called this because they resemble the petals on a rose) can have anywhere from 3 to 52 facets on a  single stone. In the 1500's, diamond setters started to experiment with cutting diamonds against each other and even creating "sand paper" out of diamond dust. (*shudder* all of those diamonds)

As the techniques became more sophisticated, these diamonds were often re-cut and re-shapen to create more modern shapes. This makes Rose Cut diamonds even more the badass for how rare they are. 

Instead of a bouquet of roses (boring) get yourself this little bouquet of Rose Cuts to wear around that pretty little neck of yours. We converted it from a stick pin just. For. YOU.

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