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Oval Cut Pendant: 52.21 tcw Ovals and 10.23 carat Pear Shaped Diamond

Necklace 52.21 tcw OV 10.23 Pear-2

The gorgeous diamond necklace has 41 graduated ovals brilliant cut diamonds (52.21 total carat weight, D/E color and at least SI1 clarity) and one pear shaped diamond (10.23 carat weight, D color, SI1 clarity) are prong-set in custom platinum basket-style necklace mounting.

The oval diamonds range from about 0.70 carat weight diamonds at the clasp, to one carat diamonds at the sides, increasing to two carat diamonds next to the five carat oval at the bottom. The extension part of the necklace includes a three oval segment that detaches form the main necklace and the pear shaped pendant that can be detached from the extension.

Necklace 52.21 tcw OV 10.23 Pear-4The main oval necklace can be worn with the five carat as the drop or can be worn with the extension and the 10.23 carat pear shaped diamond as the drop. The 10.23 carat pear shaped diamond can also be worn as a solitaire pendant attached to a chain or other style necklace. This design provides greater flexibility and allows the components to be worn at a variety of events and levels of formality.

Necklace 52.21 tcw OV 10.23 Pear-5The diamonds are all GIA graded diamonds with GIA laser inscriptions, handpicked for minimal bow ties and maximum brightness and sparkle.

 Each diamond has also been Gemprinted, meaning that each diamond has had its unique GEMPRINT� (optical "fingerprint" of the diamond) entered into the International Gemprint Registry.

 This is the type of world-class necklace that one would expect to see at the famous auction houses, on the red carpet worn by a celebrity, or in the showcases of the top international jewelers. We are proud that Diamond Source of Virginia could provide our client with this stunning necklace with high quality, exquisite beauty, and at a fraction of what a brand name luxury jeweler would charge.

via www.diamondsourceva.com

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