Diamonds come in a wide variety of colors but green diamonds are among the rarest of its forms. The green color is caused by exposure to atomic radiation or radioactivity, displacing the carbon atoms from their normal position in the crystal structure. The depth of the color is affected by a number of factors including the kind of radiation the diamond has been subjected to, how long the exposure has lasted, and the diamond’s size. It is very uncommon to find a green diamond with uniform color because only the parts of the diamond that are directly in contact with the radiation will show green color.
Resting at the heart of this Platinum and 18K ring sits a rare 1.10 ct Fancy Intense Yellowish Green Diamond with GIA certification. The certification shows that the cushion modified brilliant diamond is natural, with even color distribution, VS1 clarity and has very good symmetry and polish. Encircling the green diamond is a halo of round diamonds with a total diamond weight of 0.20 carats. These diamonds are then surrounded by a halo of heart shaped white diamonds that have a combined weight of 1.63 carats. The collective effect of the diamond arrangement gives the ring a unique and elegant showcasing of the beauty that’s these diamonds possess.