Molded Quintuple Ring | Yellow Gold
Organic band graced with five gemstones in a ring with a flair of past times, elegant and decadent, yet so modern, and daring. A sensational beauty, proudly handcrafted in Sweden.
- SIZE & FIT
- HOW TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR RING
- 18k yellow or red gold, please leave your color request in the order note
- 5 gemstones in tiffany settings
- Each stone is 0.17 carat, 3.5 mm
- The ring has a total of 0.85 carat
- Organic band
- Hight of head stones: 5.5 mm
- Total setting width: 19.5 mm
- Shank dimensions: width 17 - 25 mm wide (fluid shape)
- Delivery 6-8 weeks
- Available with Emerald, Sapphire, Ruby or mixed stones.
- For these options please contact us on email@example.com
- Available in smaller and larger sizes, leave your size request in the order note and we will adjust your order to that size
- Choose within our ring styles.
- Select your preferred fine metal: 18k yellow, red, white gold or sterling silver.
- Pick the gemstone of choice.
- Determine your size.
- Write in the note at checkout the inscription you want engraved on your ring.
Your ring will be delivered within 6-8 weeks.
If you are in Sweden you are most welcome to book an appointment to visit our studio in Stockholm, to try out the rings and get support from our team to create your special piece. Worldwide, we offer Zoom meetings to present the Customized Collection.
A carat is a measurement unit to specify the weight of a diamond and other precious gemstones. Each carat is equal to 0.2 grams. A diamond's carat weight is not consistent to the size of the diamond - it all comes down to the cut. A diamond’s size is determined by its height, width, girdle, and top. For a white diamond larger than 0.3 carat it comes with a diamond certificate.
The diamond colour white has a gradation of white tones and in the world of diamonds, the more white a diamond is, the higher it ranks and the colour of a diamond grants its value. The Gemological Institute of America, or GIA, created the standard grading scale used for diamond colour and goes from D - Z, but in Scandinavia we are using different terms for the gradation and we will convert them to the GIA standard below.
If you are curious as to why the diamonds carry different levels of yellow hues, it origins from traces of nitrogen within Earth's mantle which mix with the carbon, and give the diamonds a yellow tint.
The Top Wesselton (TW) grade is awarded to especially white diamonds and ranks in the top on the International GIA scale (F-G), the only colour category above is river. Those diamonds are mainly found in rivers instead of mines.
The Wesselton (W) grade is next in line and lands an H (near colourless).
Brown and black diamonds are not considered on the GIA scale, please scroll down to read more on coloured precious stones.
Clarity refers to the purity of our brilliant cut diamonds. At Cornelia Webb we offer natural white diamonds and their growth history show traces inside the diamond, so called inclusions, which are minor internal characteristics from the colossal heat and pressure deep within planet earth. The clarity grading scale reflects these inclusions when examined with a 10x magnifying glass.
Please bear in mind that no diamond is perfectly pure. But the closer it comes to being flawless, the better its clarity.
We offer TW VVS (Top Wesselton Very Very Slightly Included) and W SI (Wesselton Slightly Included) diamonds as standard.
VVS - Almost flawless. Under a microscope grading experts notice even the slightest inclusion, but to the naked eye a VVS diamond is extremely clear and appears flawless. It is a fine choice.
SI - Slightly included. Minor small traces exist within SI diamonds but are generally only visible with magnification to a trained eye. A valuable and popular choice.
Our baguette and princess cut diamonds are always TW VVS.
Uncut diamonds come in various shapes and form, and their natural, raw state is far from the striking, sparkling and alluring appearance of a cut diamond. Diamonds need to be cut to expose their inner beauty and full potential.
Our round diamonds are brilliant-cut. This means they have been cut for maximum reflection of light and brilliance with 57 facets; 33 on the crown (which is the top part of the stone), and 25 on the pavilion (the lower half below the girdle).
We also offer what is referred to as fancy cuts with other shapes than round. Baguette-cut diamonds are rectangular and princess-cut diamonds are square shaped.
The baguette typically has 14 facets and large, open tables. The princess cut is a contemporary cut, with angular geometric lines, a pyramidal shape, and with four bevelled sides.
Brown / coffe / Champaign diamons
A brown diamond looks nothing like a musty seventies corduroy couch, that might first spring to mind. Instead, it has a lovely caffé latte tone and sparkles ever so beautifully. A brown diamond blends almost seamlessly with red gold, and is a phenomenal companion to white gold.
A black diamond is opaque and therefore not reflecting as much light as a white or brown diamond, it is more daring, a progressive and sleek choice.