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Couture Two-Tone Natural Blue and Pink Diamond Pendant

Exceptionally crafted, this natural blue and pink diamond pendant is set in durable platinum and romantic 14k rose gold. It is a dazzling combination of style and perfection. The enchanting hues of the natural fancy color diamonds are considered extremely rare and mysterious.
Natural pink diamonds are extremely rare and highly-sought after. The conditions must be just right in order for a diamond to possess color naturally.
The vast majority of blue diamonds owe their color to the presence of boron. The bonding of boron to carbon causes absorption in the red, yellow, and green parts of the spectrum producing a blue color. Blue diamonds range from the light blue sky of a winter's day to the deep blue of the ocean. Blue diamonds may contain a gray, violet or green modifying color.
Natural color pink diamonds are created when pressure deep within the earth causes the crystal lattice to distort. These distortions cause pink diamonds to absorb green light and hence impart a pink color. Today, the Argyle mine in Western Australia is the source of the vast majority of world’s supply of natural pink diamonds.

This is a one of a kind item and does not have a current price available. Dianna Rae Jewelry is all about custom jewelry. We would be happy to work with you to create your own version of this amazing style. If you have questions or would like a custom quote on your variation of this design,

Please contact us at: info@diannaraejewelry.com or call (337) 706-7316

SKU: 001-07819-001
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Exceptionally crafted, this natural blue and pink diamond pendant is set in durable platinum and romantic 14k rose gold. It is a dazzling combination of style and perfection. The enchanting hues of the natural fancy color diamonds are considered extremely rare and mysterious.
Natural pink diamonds are extremely rare and highly-sought after. The conditions must be just right in order for a diamond to possess color naturally.
The vast majority of blue diamonds owe their color to the presence of boron. The bonding of boron to carbon causes absorption in the red, yellow, and green parts of the spectrum producing a blue color. Blue diamonds range from the light blue sky of a winter's day to the deep blue of the ocean. Blue diamonds may contain a gray, violet or green modifying color.
Natural color pink diamonds are created when pressure deep within the earth causes the crystal lattice to distort. These distortions cause pink diamonds to absorb green light and hence impart a pink color. Today, the Argyle mine in Western Australia is the source of the vast majority of world’s supply of natural pink diamonds.

This is a one of a kind item and does not have a current price available. Dianna Rae Jewelry is all about custom jewelry. We would be happy to work with you to create your own version of this amazing style. If you have questions or would like a custom quote on your variation of this design,

Please contact us at: info@diannaraejewelry.com or call (337) 706-7316

SKU: 001-07819-001
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Description

Exceptionally crafted, this natural blue and pink diamond pendant is set in durable platinum and romantic 14k rose gold. It is a dazzling combination of style and perfection. The enchanting hues of the natural fancy color diamonds are considered extremely rare and mysterious.
Natural pink diamonds are extremely rare and highly-sought after. The conditions must be just right in order for a diamond to possess color naturally.
The vast majority of blue diamonds owe their color to the presence of boron. The bonding of boron to carbon causes absorption in the red, yellow, and green parts of the spectrum producing a blue color. Blue diamonds range from the light blue sky of a winter’s day to the deep blue of the ocean. Blue diamonds may contain a gray, violet or green modifying color.
Natural color pink diamonds are created when pressure deep within the earth causes the crystal lattice to distort. These distortions cause pink diamonds to absorb green light and hence impart a pink color. Today, the Argyle mine in Western Australia is the source of the vast majority of world’s supply of natural pink diamonds.

Additional information

PrimaryMetalType

Platinum

PrimaryMetalColor

White

SecondaryMetalType

14 Karat Gold

SecondaryMetalColor

Rose

DesignStyle

Classic

DesignElements

Halo

CenterStone

Blue Diamond

SideStone

Diamond

AccentStone

Pink Diamond

Additional information

PrimaryMetalType

Platinum

PrimaryMetalColor

White

SecondaryMetalType

14 Karat Gold

SecondaryMetalColor

Rose

DesignStyle

Classic

DesignElements

Halo

CenterStone

Blue Diamond

SideStone

Diamond

AccentStone

Pink Diamond

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