Century Cut Diamond Earstuds

Century Cut Diamond Earstuds

$3,995.00$17,895.00

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Century Cut™ Diamond Earstuds

Kirk Root never settled for the standard, which is why he developed the Century Cut™. A typical diamond is made up of 56 facets. The Century Cut™ uses 98, increasing performance by 20%.

Stone: Natural Diamond
Carat Weight: 1, 1.5, 2, and 3cttw options available
Shape/Cutting Style: Century Cut™
Color Grade: G-H
Clarity Grade: SI
Cut Grade: Excellent
Grading Report: GIA (Individually graded)
Metal: Platinum
Earring Type: Talon Prong Martini studs w/ Protektor® Backs

BIRTHSTONES & ANNIVERSARIES

On almost all modern birthstone lists, diamond is recognized today as the birthstone for April. Diamond is also the gem that marks the 60th and 75th wedding anniversaries.

 

More About Diamond

Diamond’s characteristic chemical composition and crystal structure make it a unique member of the mineral kingdom.

Diamond is the only gem made of a single element: It is typically about 99.95 percent carbon. The other 0.05 percent can include one or more trace elements, which are atoms that aren’t part of the diamond’s essential chemistry. Some trace elements can influence its color or crystal shape.

The way a mineral forms helps determine its identity. Diamond forms under high temperature and pressure conditions that exist only within a specific depth range (about 100 miles) beneath the earth’s surface. Diamond’s crystal structure is isometric, which means the carbon atoms are bonded in essentially the same way in all directions. Another mineral, graphite, also contains only carbon, but its formation process and crystal structure are very different. The result is that graphite is so soft that you can write with it, while diamond is so hard that you can only scratch it with another diamond.

Without any one of these factors, diamond might be just another mineral. Fortunately, though, this special combination of chemical composition, crystal structure, and formation process gives diamonds the qualities that make them extraordinary.

http://www.gia.edu/diamond

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Size

1cttw, 1.5cttw, 2cttw, 3cttw