Padparadscha sapphire is a very rare variety of sapphire whose color is often described as sunset-colored. Padparadscha sapphire's name is derived from the Sinhalese word for Lotus blossom. Lotus blossoms are beautiful flowers that were found throughout Sri Lanka, where the gem was originally discovered. Padparadscha sapphires are currently mined in Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Madagascar, and Tanzania.
Crafted in platinum, this custom made ring features a very rare, untreated natural Padparadscha sapphire mounted east-to-west, framed by round brilliant cut diamonds. Please note that this custom platinum setting has some substantial weight to it, weighing 23.2 grams.
Accompanied by GIA Sapphire Report #2296722790.
|Gross Weight:||23.2 grams (14.9 dwts)|
|Age:||Contemporary (21st Century)|
|Cut:||Pear Shape Modified Brilliant Cut|
|Tone:||Medium (GIA 5)|
|Saturation:||Strong (GIA 5)|
|Clarity:||VS (GIA Type II)|
|Treatments:||No Indications of Heating|
|Measurements:||10.11 x 6.48 x 3.85mm|
|Carat Weight:||1.77 ct.|
|GIA Report Number:||2296722790|
|Shape/Cutting Style:||Round Brilliant Cut|
|Total Carat Weight:||0.20 ct.|