This Unique, eye catching ring is made of 14 carat white gold. It showcases a 3.5 carat mixed facet Emerald cut Genuine Brazilian Peach Imperial Topaz (12.5 mm x 6.1 mm) and 16 diamonds set in the band.

The design is sharp, modern and features a rather unusual looking stone. The stone is a rare find. It has been cut to maximize the brilliance of the stone and not to get the best weight out of it.

 

We bought the rough material 20 years ago from a Brazilian engineer who moved to the US for work. The rough was in stock for quite a while. We had a large group of precious topaz cut in all shapes and sizes. This gorgeous 3.5 carat piece fully revealed peach and golden hues. The clarity of the material is wonderful . We then designed the ring to complement the emerald cut of this gorgeous Imperial Topaz.We are currently listing several other items that include this wonderful material, a few necklaces and earrings that would perfectly match these ring.

 

The Imperial Topaz is of a vibrant Champagne / Peach color, extremely clear, with no surface scratches.

The ring is a size 6.75 and can be resized upon request once bought. 

This Imperial Topaz ring would make a great 23rd anniversary gift. Its design is clean, modern, sharp almost minimalist and certainly unique. It is a statement piece that can be worn daily. It is beautiful by it’s pure simplicity.

 

oea / lsbb

275-1327

 

Genuine Untreated Brazilian Imperial Topaz 14k White Gold and Diamonds Ring

$2,750.00Price
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