This ring has at its centre a “Pear Brilliant” cut diamond, these are surprisingly large looking weight for weight if compared to other more common diamond cuts. This is because generally these diamonds are shallower at the back , as a result you get more spread of diamond across the top of the setting.

With all diamonds, cut is critical, this is especially important in fancy cut diamonds like the Pear shape, many poor looking examples can be found, and put into rings, the selection is very important in making the best of this  diamond cut.

Shown in this ring is a 0.89 ct diamond,  a clients ring now completed, with a halo of smaller round brilliant cut diamonds.

This is a ring that would fall into the $5,000 – 7,000 area at this size, and of course possibly less if the diamond size were reduced.

The “Pear Brilliant” is a quite under uitilised diamond option, mainly due to the restrictions placed on the ring designs from the distinctive shape of the cut, however for those who love the shape, it is a great value option in a less commonly used diamond type.

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The diamond grades we recommend range from D to G in colour and SI1 - VS1 in clarity. ( Deciding diamond grades ).
It is critical to have sound advice in choosing the right diamond. We provide expert assistance to help you in your selection. Ask Ellissi

Diamonds weighing 0.50 ct or over are accompanied with certification from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). Diamonds ranging in size from 0.20 ct - 0.49 ct can also be certified. GIA Certification

In addition to the GIA certification, all our diamond rings are accompanied with a full independent Valuation by a valuer registered with the National Council of Jewellery Valuers. This is an impartial assessment of the quality of the diamonds and ring. This NCJV document provides you with a figure for the retail replacement value of the ring for insurance purposes, it is also an independent third party assessment of the ring.