5.68ct IGI CERTIFIED Colour Change Green Sapphire Diamond 18k White Gold Pendant

£3,200.00 GBP
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  • Rare Colour Change Sapphire & Diamond 18k White Gold Pendant

  • 5.68 total carat weight. Featuring a fine IGI certified 5.23 carat centre sapphire with stunning colour change effect. Changing colour depending on the light its viewed in. Very rare for natural gemstones, especially Sapphires. This sapphire changes colour from a green blue in white daylight to straight green in incandescent or artificial light. Very rare and stunning to see.

  • The sapphire also has an excellent oval cut with very good clarity, only some small natural inclusions visible when looking closely.

  • The sapphire is accented by x18 1.8mm diamonds approx. 0.45ct. SI1/2 clarity G/H colour.

  • A finely made piece with a rare and large centre stone. Pendant weighs 10.56g. Sapphire is standard heated like nearly all sapphires on the market. No diffusion or other treatment.

  • The pendant is hanging on an 18" (45cm) curb chain. Which suites this pendant well.

  • The pendant is brand new and never worn.

  • A unique piece.

  • Fully hallmarked by Birmingham assay office to guarantee gold quality.

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    About Gems and Jewels UK

    We are a UK based family run business specialising in natural gemstone jewellery and loose gemstones of all varieties. We supply gemstones and jewellery to all levels of the market: retail shops, bench jewellers and other gemstone dealers. All the way down to collectors, individuals and those just looking for a gemstone for a bespoke piece.Our gemstones are ethically sourced and tested by a graduate gemmologist and fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain.