Orecchino con smalto rosso in oro giallo
in gioielleria300,00 €
Jewel guaranteed for 5 years
Gli orecchini di questa collezione sono disponibili nei 3 colori dell’oro (giallo, bianco e rosa) e smaltati in 6 diverse colorazioni: rosso, nero, bianco, blu, verde, lilla.
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Le Caratteristiche Del Gioiello
Material: Oro Giallo
Diametro totale: 6 mm
Diametro smalto colorato: 4 mm
Spessore: 1 mm
Peso: 2,5 g
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- Delivery is insured and free of charge
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- Stones are bought in Anversa
- Safe mountings made in laboratory
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Marco is 39 years ld. He is jewelry expert and owner of “Oreficeria Calandrini”, which is an historical shop in Pesaro (Italy).
He has been working in this field for 20 years. He is Master of Arts specialized in Jewelry and Gemstones.
La caratura del diamante
Questo gioiello ha una CARATURA TOTALE di Ct
Carat is to specify the stone weight and corresponds to 0.2 grams.
Considering the dimension, the carat corresponds to about 6.40 mm, in case of a brilliant cut stone. If you want to get an approximate idea of the dimensions , in millimeters, please check the schedule below.
Should you need more information, then we kindly ask you to read the article “Diamond Carat” on our web page. caratura del diamante.
Warning! Carat is a measure used for diamonds. Karato refers to the percentage of pure gold in the jewel .
NB The carat weight in our website is always the total one, and corresponds to the total carat amount of diamonds of the jewel. In case of earrings, it corresponds to both pieces.
Le proporzioni del diamante
Questo gioiello ha proporzioni
Shape is one of the main diamond features. Shape characterizes the cut and affects its quality.
It may enhance the diamond colour or hide internal inclusions.
The brilliance of the diamond is largely conditioned by the proportions between each facet of the stone: the closer the final cut is to the proportions described in the image, the better the return of light will be.
The shape scale includes 5 levels ranging from Excellent to Poor as below:
- Poor (the lower level)
- Very Good
- Excellent (the ideal cut)
La simmetria del diamante
Questo gioiello ha simmetria
Symmetry is one factor which characterizes the cut and affects the quality of the diamond: for example, it may enhance the colour of the stone
. Symmetry refers to accuracy and balance used to cut the diamond.
Symmetry depends on different factors, which may unbalance the diamond symmetrical appearance and, consequently, modify its reflection of light..
This may be in case the culet or the girdle are off-centre, the girdle and the girdle diameter is not parallel, facets are wrongly sharped, the girdle is not perfectly octagonal shaped or facets are distorted.:
- Poor (the lower level)
- Very Good
- Excellent (the ideal cut)
La certificazione del diamante
Diamonds must be sold with a certification issued by a professional gemologist. This is to certify the quality of your diamond before the purchase.
This certificate is the identity card of your stone and reports its main data such us: weight (carat weight), color, size and cut.
La Politura del diamante
Questo gioiello ha politura
The polishing is certificated by using with the 5 symmetry levels, ie. from Excellent to Poor.
Polishing process may damage the stone: abraded edges, feathered belt, polishing marks, chips, scratches, burn marks. This is the reason why, we just collaborate with the best diamond cutters so to provide diamonds with a perfect polishing.
A poor polish may reduce the intensity of the reflected and refracted light. Medium polishes may affect the diamond appearance, and this may look almost dirty. Our quality control checks all this factors in advance and avoids all these situations.
- Very Good
Polishing has a low influence on low-purity diamonds (P), while it is recommended to get a scale from Excellent to Very Good in case of diamonds of higher purity.
Questo gioiello ha fluorescenza
Fluorescence refers to a diamond's tendency to emit a soft coloured glow when subjected to ultraviolet light (such as a "black light").
Through a temporary excitation of electrons, it may deliver energy in the form of light.
According to the intensity of the refractive light, diamonds are classified into five fluorescence grades: None, Faint, Medium, Strong, Very Strong
Diamond are evaluated by using light sources which emit ultraviolet rays. Diamonds with high fluorescence may change their colour.
Diamonds with violet or blue fluorescence appear to have better colour, and those with a different colour may worsen .
Therefore, should you invest in diamonds, we suggest you to choose Null, Faint or Slight fluorescence (which does not affect the color).
Il colore del diamante
Il grado di colore è sicuramente la caratteristica più evidente, ed apprezzabile anche ad occhio nudo. Un diamante è tanto più pregiato quanto più bianco.
La scala valuta quindi il non colore della pietra.
Il colore della pietra scelta
Color D-E-F - Colorless
Color G-H - Near colorless
Color I-J - Near colorless slightly tinted
Color K-M - Faint yellow
Color N-Z - Light yellow
Color Fancy - Yellow
La Purezza del diamante:
La purezza della pietra scelta
Impurities and blemishes may be not be visible, it may be necessary to use a microscope or special lens. High levels of impurities may be easily visible.
In order to carefully grate the clarity of diamonds, it is widely used the schedule of the Gemological Institute of America. Clarity of diamonds refers to this scale.
Diamonds with a higher clarity level, then they are much valuable in quality and price.
Pure diamonds, free from internal blemishes to locate with microscope.
The rarest and most expensive diamonds.
|VVSI1 - VVSI2 -
Very very slight inclusions on the diamond side, which are difficult to locate with microscope.
VVS1 e VVS2 are for used for rare jewels and high jewellery.
|VS1 - VS2 -
Very slightly to locate with microscope and special lens. Inclusions and/or external blemishes difficult to locate at naked eye.
Widely used in medium-high jewellery, high quality at the very best price.
|SI1 - SI2 - Slightly included. Inclusions and/or external blemishes easy to locate with the microscope.|
|I1 - Inclusions and/or external blemishes not easy to locate with naked eye.|
|I2 - Imperfect, inclusions and external blemishes easy to locate with naked eye.|
|I3 - Heavy inclusions easy to locate at naked eye.|
Piqué, the lower grade of clarity, heavy inclusions located with naked eye.
Usually used for cheap jewels. They are not on our website.
Il taglio del diamante
Il taglio del gioiello scelto
Cut defines the number and shape of the diamond faceting towards the table size, the crown and the pavillon.
Cutting style depends on the size and shape of the raw diamond.�>
Brilliant Cut It is the most classical and the best cut. As the stone provides the best facets arrangement and a wider distribution of light., its value increases especially in case of investment. This diamond has 57 faceting and 58 on the girdle diameter.
Emerald Cut This is mainly a rectangular cut. It can be also a square shape. The cut of the diamond is made by steps. This means the stone already has several sequences of faceting (usually from 48 to 50), which look like a stair, have an extended shape and are arranged on four sides. The standard dimensions of a rectangular emerald cut, one carat, should be 7x5 mm.
Oval Cut - Its technical name is “brilliant cut oval shaped”, as it is comes from the traditional round brilliant cut. The oval cut was invented in 1960 by Lazare Kaplan. Oval brilliants usually have 56 faceting.
Pear CutPear cut is widely requested and is characterized by two brilliances: the round side is the most brilliant, whilst the light has a lower reflection on the top, as a consequence of the angle of the lower faceting, which do not exceed 40°.
Princess cut is more brilliant than the round brilliant cut. Its shape reminds the brilliant style with sharp edges. The cut is performed so to provide a square shape. Princess Cut has usually 76 faceting.
Baguette cut - It is a variation of the emerald cut. The baguette is also called " barchetta" and evokes the typical French bread: the shape is long and rectangular, with octagonal corners and 14 facets.