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Boucles d’oreilles en or blanc 18 kt sertissant de 2 émeraudes naturelles

Boucles d'oreilles imaginées et créées par un designer (Greenbaum & Bishop - Faubourg St Honoré-Paris - meilleur ouvrier de France en joaillerie MOF).

Boucles d'oreilles neuves de 1,01 cm de long, jamais portées en or blanc 18 carats poinçonné et titré 750.
Entourages des émeraudes en diamants naturels de taille brillant de haute qualité G-H SI : 0,11 carat de diamants au total.

2 émeraudes naturelles de taille marquise de 0,35 ct chaque, certifiées par le laboratoire PGTL (Jaipur/Inde)
Couleur : vert translucide
Un duplicata certifié du certificat sera remis à l'acquéreur

Poids total des boucles d'oreilles : 1,90 gramme
This item is sold by a professional art dealer who guaranties its authenticity.

Brilliant cut : The modern brilliant cut was developed by Marcel Tolkowsky in 1919. It consists of 58 facets (or 57 if the culet is excluded). It is the most popular modern cut because it provides maximized light return through the top of the diamond.
Carat : The carat (ct) is a unit of mass equal to 2 g. Carat is used for measuring the weight of gemstones.
Diamond : In mineralogy, diamond is an extremely rare, precious and hard (named after the ancient Greek "unbreakable") metastable allotrope of carbon, where the carbon atoms are arranged in a variation of the face-centered cubic crystal structure called a diamond lattice.
White gold : White gold is an alloy of pure gold with copper, Zinc, Palladium or nickel.

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Price : 775 € Incl. VAT Premium and Taxes included
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