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    Necklace in white gold with diamonds and a ruby

    • Necklace in white gold with diamonds and a ruby
    • XMAS Package

    A charming flower-shaped charm delicately crafted in timeless white gold. This necklace features an eye-catching ruby nestled into the center of diamond-studded petals.

    Pendants are handcrafted at our atelier in Prague. A chain is included in every order, unless stated otherwise. We will ship your order for free in our elegant gift box along with the Certificate of Authenticity.

    2 to 3 weeks.

    CODE k0246022
    Material White Gold
    fineness 14 carat 585/1000
    Gemstone Ruby
    cut round
    diameter 2.7 mm
    weight 0.12 ct
    Diamond
    cut round
    clarity SI
    color G
    diameter 2.5 mm
    weight 0.35 ct
    weight 1.75 g

    Jewellery from the KLENOTA ATELIER

    Our atelier is located in the very heart of the Old Town of Prague, an area which has been the center of Czech goldsmithing and jewellery-making for centuries. The local atmosphere, traditions and history of this craft provide us with inspiration every single day. We build upon honest handcrafting and traditional methods when making jewels. The goldsmiths pay attention to every tiny detail in our workshop. We only work with high-quality materials from verified sources, so your jewels stay beautiful for a long time, even if they are worn every day. We understand selling a piece of jewellery is a lifelong commitment. You may purchase a present for someone close to you in our atelier or something special for yourself, but you will always get professional services for all KLENOTA jewels.

    Ruby jewellery

    Rubies, together with sapphires and emeralds, are the so-called “big three gemstones”, i.e. the most popular red-blue-green trio among colourful gemstones. The ruby is a type of corundum and with regard to hardness, only the diamond is harder than the ruby. Its lustre stays shiny with minimal care, and it can even withstand swimming in the sea. However, it can be quite fragile. Therefore, you should protect it against pressure and temperature shocks.

    COLOUR: Rubies occur in shades from pink to bright red. Corundums in light pink and all other non-red colours are categorized as sapphires. Natural gemstones are often treated with regard to their colour.

    CUTRuby jewellery is most often decorated with gems that have traditional round or oval cuts. We recommend the latter mainly for rings. We can also come across other “fancy” shapes that are used, like marquises, hearts or teardrops (teardrops are great for pendants).

    CARAT: The weight of a ruby, similarly to other gemstones, is expressed in carats (ct) to the second decimal place. 1 ct = 0.2 g. For earrings and jewellery with more than one ruby, we always state the total number of carats of all stones.

    Diamond jewellery

    When diamonds are assessed and certified, their basic parameters are evaluated--the so-called 4Cs: cut, clarity, colour and carat. These properties significantly influence the price of a diamond.

    CUT: The right cut gives a diamond its radiant lustre. The most popular cut is a round cut, the so-called brilliant. Diamonds can also be cut into a wide array of so-called “fantasy” cuts, e.g. marquise, baguette, heart, tear, oval or princess (a four- or three-sided cut with sharp corners, popular especially for engagement rings.

    CLARITY: Clarity determines the number, size and distribution of so-called “inclusions”, or internal impurities of a diamond:

    • IF (Internal Flawless) – diamonds with absolute transparency without inclusions,
    • VVS 1, VVS 2 (Very, Very Small) – diamonds with very small inclusions,
    • VS 1, VS 2 (Very Small) – diamonds with small inclusions,
    • SI 1, SI 2 (Small Inclusions) – diamonds with inclusions which can be detected with a magnifying glass,
    • I1, I2, I3 (Included), also labeled P in the Czech Republic – diamonds with medium to larger inclusions visible to the naked eye.

    COLOUR: The colour of white to yellow diamonds is evaluated according to an international scale:

    • D to F – colourless diamonds;
    • G to J – nearly colourless diamonds;
    • K to M – diamonds with yellow tones;
    • N to Z – diamonds with yellow-brown hues.

    Other colours are simply called fancy. Some of our colourful diamonds are treated to emphasise their colour.

    CARAT: The carat (ct) is the diamond’s unit of weight, expressed to the second decimal place, e.g. 0.25 ct. 1 ct = 0.2 g. For jewellery with multiple diamonds and for earrings, we always state the total number of carats of all diamonds.