Fancy light yellow diamond ring | 格拉夫 | 淡彩黃色鑽石戒指
From a Noble Family
Fancy light yellow diamond ring, Graff
Set with a cut-cornered rectangular modified brilliant-cut fancy light yellow diamond weighing 10.10 carats, between trapeze-shaped diamond shoulders, size 50, sizing band, signed Graff.
Accompanied by GIA report no. 11213953, stating that the diamond is Fancy Light Yellow, Natural Colour, VS1 Clarity, together with a copy of a Graff insurance valuation letter.
Accompanied by GIA report no. 11213953, stating that the cut-cornered rectangular diamond weighing 10.10 carats, measuring 13.61 x 11.25 x 7.51mm, is Fancy Light Yellow, Natural Colour, VS1 Clarity, together with a copy of a Graff insurance valuation letter.
Signed GRAFF, stamped PT 950 for Platinum and OR for gold. Inscribed 10.10FLYVS1 referring to the carat weight, colour and clarity of the central diamond. Remaining diamonds stated to weigh 1.59 carats, bright and lively. Indents and scratches to the metal from wear. Gross weight approximately 11 grams.
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