Home/Products/Finished: Pre-loved Hilda Ring with Olive Green Sapphires and Diamonds
Why you’ll love it⠀
On auction this week we have a beautiful pre-loved ring in one of our most popular color combinations. The olive green sapphires paired with the diamonds create a softly colored, exquisite ring!
Hilda is a stunning ring with a lovely vintage feel. The design combines three different cuts: Princess cut (squared), Marquise cut (boat-shaped) and Brilliant cut (round) gemstones. This gives the ring a unique, playful look, while still keeping the model stacking-friendly. Perfect if you are searching for a versatile ring that looks just as beautiful in a stack as it does alone on the finger!
In this version we've used rare olive green sapphires combined with white diamonds for a stunning, sparkling look!
This ring was purchased by a customer in May 2021 and is now ready to find a new home! The ring is in a nice condition, with some signs of wear at the sides of the setting and with some slight scratches in the gold, all from normal wear. The scratches in the gold can be polished out in the studio at an additional cost (polish is included with a size adjustment). The gemstones show no signs of damage.
Sapphires have a hardness of 9 on Moh's Scale of Hardness (learn more here). They have excellent durability and will retain their beauty for many years, even with daily wear.
Green sapphires come in many hues ranging from dull to vivid, light to dark. In this ring we've used a lovely soft, olive green shade. This shade of green is very difficult to find.
The olive green sapphires used in this ring are natural and follow our accepted standards for heat treatment.
Diamonds rank a 10 (highest) on Moh's Scale of Hardness (learn more here).
They are extremely hard and durable, and can be passed down through generations.
In this ring we have used colorless (white) diamonds in quality F-G (Top Wesselton) VS.
We use only natural, conflict-free diamonds certified according to the Kimberley Process.
This ring is just as beautiful alone on the finger as in a stack!
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