2.15 carat diamond creole earrings in white gold

USD 2.980,00 (excl. VAT)

Description of the product:

  • Classics
  • Article code: EL-GW-E4-0215R

Small round diamonds with a total of 2.15 Ct,
of high quality
(G colour, VS2 clarity, VG cut)
18 Kt white gold

Measurements:
Width: 3.80 mm
Length: 1.90 cm
Weight/pair: 10.50 g
 

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excellent site

Not much to say apart from a big thank you and to praise the quality, tracking, exchanges and professionalism of BAUNAT. I highly recommend them.

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Brilliant company, just like the diamond!

Delivery and payment are completely reliable. I first selected the model I wanted on the website, then went to try it on. I was given great assistance and good advice when it came to choosing the perfect diamond jewel. I have already received many compliments on my diamond earrings. Baunat’s designs are different to the standard traditional settings, which certainly adds value! I’ll definitely go back to Baunat for my next diamond jewel!

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An auction of diamond jewellery held in New York set a new auction record

Ring with diamonds and sapphireWhere the previous record was set in Geneva at Sotheby's on 13 November 2013, where a pair of sapphire earrings with sapphires of 26.66 and 20.88 cts sold for a total of $8,372,094 or $176,106 per ct, this time a 28.18-carat square emerald-cut Kashmir sapphire was sold for nearly $5.1 million. This means the sapphire reached the astronomical price of $180,731 per carat, setting a world auction record of a price per carat of a sapphire. Gary Schuler, head of the Sotheby’s Jewellery Department in New York, stated: “With its exceptional quality and deep color, I knew as soon as I saw it that the stone had the potential to reach historic heights.”  

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