Oval Andesine Diamond Ring, 14K Gold, 1.75 ct

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Get pulled in by alluring andesine on an openwork, rope motif band decked out in dazzling white diamonds.

  • 14K yellow gold
  • Total andesine weight is approximately 1.75 carats
  • Total diamond weight is approximately 1/5 carat; diamond weights are minimum weights
  • Oval, prong-set andesine at center; openwork band with rope motifs and prong-set white diamonds in rhodium plating; polished finish
  • Sizes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
  • Measures approximately 3/8"L x 3/4"W
  • Imported

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Oval Andesine Diamond Ring, 14K Gold, 1.75 ct is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprising This truly is a beautiful ring. I have worn it numerous times now. I am a true gemstone lover. I don't like to write a review until I feel I can give my true opinion. The color is really a combination of red and orange. You do not think of it as a garnet or a ruby when you glance at the Andesine. The diamonds are white and add a nice sparkle without distracting from the center stone. I absolutely love the beading along the shank. The ring is extremely comfortable to wear. Although I have not had any compliments I am fine with that, I have noticed people looking at the ring. I do prefer exotic stones. I wear them because of their beauty and uniqueness. Someday I hope to leave a special collection for my granddaughter to have and enjoy. Oval is my preferred shape for a center stone because my eye is drawn to the center and oval looks best on my fingers.
Date published: 2018-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Helo Beautiful ring I love I just wish someone would tell me how to keep it clean please
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gorgeous, expecially paired w/Fire Opal Bracelet! I just received this ring today, and I am knocked out by the brilliance and color saturation of the stone! It is orangish-red, but more red, I think. There is significant diamond presence. I have paired it with the fire opal line bracelet I bought from QVC a couple of weeks ago, and wow! The stones match quite well. I would say the stone in this ring is a tad bit darker, probably because it is a large stone, and therefore quite saturated with color. I have included a picture of the ring and bracelet together, so you can see what a match they are. I am no photographer, and you will need to excuse my old lady hand. This is seriously an eye catching combination. The picture does not capture the brilliance of the stones. (The other bracelet featured in the picture is J350680, Imperial Gold satin sheen bracelet). Grab the ring while you can!!!
Date published: 2018-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from beautiful color Red is my favorite color and I have looked for a red gemstone for so long. I love so many gemstone colors, but ruby is so often pink and garnet is burgundy or brown. This is truly red and it is beautiful! The stone is a perfect size---not too big and not too small. The setting is pretty too, but I would be happy with this stone on a plain gold band.
Date published: 2018-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gorgeous ring I love to collect unusual stones and this one is very beautiful. Mine is quite red although it's not a Ruby red, it's more of a Fire Opal red. The setting is lovely and really sets off the center stone. I'm not concerned about the Mohs rating because with this larger stone I would not ever wear it anywhere where it would be under duress. I will use it more for dressy events. This will be a great ring for wearing this fall with lots of golds and browns and also in the winter with greens and reds and blues.
Date published: 2017-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEAUTIFUL RING! I spent the day researching this ring and it's various origins. Those from China are suspected of being treated by adding copper (though they deny it) to Labradorite. African stones have been referred to as red Labradorite feldspar by those who don't accept it as a separate stone vs those who call it Andesine. I felt more comfortable when they said how long the stones had been in possession of the source and that they are from Africa.That is when I decided to purchase it. It made me a little nervous when I saw was the ring is made in China so I hope none were switched. Anyway my ring is a beautiful red which sparkles and looks inclusion free to the naked eye. I will not wear it on a regular basis because it is a 6 to 6.5 in hardness. It is a very pretty ring and I am happy that I purchased it when on sale.
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from NOT RED. MORE ORANGE The ring setting is very pretty. not substantial in gold but pretty. This stone after researching is not a very sturdy stone for a ring setting. It is only a 6 on the mohs scale. Also, I was disappointed to see how ORANGE the stone was once I received it, especially since the show host made such a point to keep saying it was a RED ANDESINE. Red is a rarer stone and is harder to come by, so I purchased. Orange is readily available and at a much cheaper price. Sad. Returned.
Date published: 2017-07-11
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