Annika Rundberg

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Double Band Chocolate Diamond

220.00
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Double Band Chocolate Diamond

220.00

Materials: rose cut diamond, 18K bezel, sterling silver bands

I did a hammered texture on the sterling silver bands and then applied an oxidizing patina to emphasize the texture. Someone recently told me this look is very "lord of the rings" and I love that interpretation.   

I offer a free resizing for all of my rings.  Just let me know what size you need it to be and I'll have it done in no time!

Brown diamonds are the most common color variety of natural diamonds.. The brown color makes them less attractive as gemstones because of the reduced glimmer, and most are used for industrial purposes. However, improved marketing programs, especially in Australia and the United States, have resulted in brown diamonds becoming valued as gemstones in recent years and even referred to as chocolate diamonds.[1] A significant portion of the output of Australian diamond mines is brown stones. A large amount of scientific research has gone into understanding the origin of the brown color. Several causes have been identified, including irradiation treatment, nickel impurities and lattice defects associated with plastic deformation; the latter is considered as the predominant cause, especially in pure diamonds.
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Materials: rose cut diamond, 18K bezel, sterling silver bands

I did a hammered texture on the sterling silver bands and then applied an oxidizing patina to emphasize the texture. Someone recently told me this look is very "lord of the rings" and I love that interpretation.   

I offer a free resizing for all of my rings.  Just let me know what size you need it to be and I'll have it done in no time!

Brown diamonds are the most common color variety of natural diamonds.. The brown color makes them less attractive as gemstones because of the reduced glimmer, and most are used for industrial purposes. However, improved marketing programs, especially in Australia and the United States, have resulted in brown diamonds becoming valued as gemstones in recent years and even referred to as chocolate diamonds.[1] A significant portion of the output of Australian diamond mines is brown stones. A large amount of scientific research has gone into understanding the origin of the brown color. Several causes have been identified, including irradiation treatment, nickel impurities and lattice defects associated with plastic deformation; the latter is considered as the predominant cause, especially in pure diamonds.