Pear-Shaped Golconda Diamond Ring, 4.17 Carats

  • Spectacular clarity and a rare color type set apart this 4.17-carat pear-shaped diamond
  • The GIA-certified stone is graded as both Type IIa and Internally Flawless
  • Type IIa stones are the most chemically pure diamonds to be found
  • The exceptionally rare stone is set with two diamond accents in platinum
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Item No. 30-9078

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An exceptionally rare pear-shaped Golconda diamond is the star of this classic ring. The extraordinary stone weighs 4.17 eye-catching carats and can be classified among the whitest diamonds in the world. Certified by the Gemological Institute of America, the diamond is designated as Type IIa, meaning that it is nitrogen free. Because it is the most chemically pure diamond to be found, it appears to be a full two shades whiter than a typical D-color diamond. The stone is further set apart as Internally Flawless, meaning its coveted color type is unmarred by any imperfection.

The exceptionally rare stone is flanked by two tapered baguette diamonds in its platinum setting.

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Pear-Shaped Golconda Diamond Ring, 4.17 Carats
Period: Contemporary
Type: Rings
Style: Modern

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