a rare and very valuable emerald in droplet cut of approx. 14.14 carat from Columbia with a report of the DSEF (German Institute of Gemmology Idar Oberstein) from 07/05/2017, a luminous vivid emerald green, good transparency with only few emerald-typical growth characteristics and uniform colour distribution. A curved mirror and eyelet showing side invisibly socketed with diamonds in trapezoid and baguette cuts of approx. 4.25 carat, Top Wesselton-Wesselton / VVS-SI. The central part has an articulated connection to the tennis chain made of 69 brilliants in partly articulated round bezels of approx. 10.29 carat, Top Wesselton / VS. All diamonds and brilliants have a total of approx. 14.54 carat,
Heavy and unique design in 750 yellow gold (18 karat yellow gold), fine grade and gemstone weights are hallmarked on the back of the central piece and the square clasp.
1 emerald from Columbia: approx. 14.14 carat - with internationally accepted certificate
Brilliants and diamonds: approx. 14.54 carat in total !
Central dimensions (including eyelet): approx. 45 x 23 x 12.5 mm
Width of tennis chain links: 5.0 to 6.7 mm
Necklace length: 38 cm
Necklace weight: approx. 55.5 grams
A jewellery pass with a photograph and DSEF certificate will be shipped with the item.
Shipping as insured parcel via special courier with trackingnumber.
- 1 émeraude Colombie 14.14 carat expertise DSEF
- Finesse du matériau
- 18 carats
- Mittelteil: 45 x 23 x 12,5 cm
- Poids total
- 55.5 g
- Pierre principale
- Emeraude + Diamants + Chaîne Rivière total 28.68 carat