The Prestwick Emerald Diamond trilogy consists of a 2.0 carat emerald cut diamond as the centre stone, with two trapezoid diamonds placed on either side of the centre diamond.
A trilogy ring typically symbolises the past, present and future, making it a sentimental choice for engagement rings.
The Prestwick Place Lab-Grown Diamonds are in fact real diamonds and offer the same brilliance, sparkle, and shine of a natural, mined diamond.
An emerald cut's unique shape and angles capture a diamond's clarity and helps it catch the light. A Lab-Grown Emerald is rectangular in shape means which follows the length of the finger, not the width. An emerald shape will highlight clarity better than any of the other shapes. This popular style is best known for its beauty & precision.
Due to the steep, deep facets in an Emerald, the colour and clarity of this cut are important attributes that are more noticeable in an Emerald Cut. Its large table and step cuts retain more colour than other Diamond Shapes, allowing the eye to see the natural colour of the stone.
A lab-grown diamond should be considered and treated just as a natural diamond would as it contains the exact same properties as naturally formed diamonds. The only thing that makes a lab-grown diamond different from a mined diamond is its origin.
A lab-grown diamond touches fewer hands, is conflict-free, they are less ecologically damaging than a mined diamond and they are 30% to 50% less expensive than their earth mined diamond equivalents.
Our Emerald Cut Lab-Diamond is shape that looks perfect in both a modern or vintage setting.
• 1.8mm solitaire band
Shown on a size H finger, for scale.
• Made to order (4-7 weeks) • Hand made in Queensland, Australia • Metal: Platinum (as shown) • Centre Stone: Emerald Lab Diamond • Shoulder Stone: Trapezoid Lab Diamond • Cut: Emerald • Centre Size: 2.0 Carat + Two x Shoulder Size: 0.40 Carat • Colour: D • Clarity: VS1 • Cut: Excellent • Polish: Excellent • Symmetry: Excellent • Mohs Scale: Lab-Diamond 10 Hardness • Diamond Certification: IGI, GIA, GCAL