The Blackacre Blue

The Blackacre Blue highlights our progressive nature, inspired by the elegant and tranquil Cornish Coastline in the West of England

The use of rare natural coloured diamonds often limits or constrains designers to simple pieces due to the investment nature of these stones. Unconstrained by such limitations we have sourced a rare one of a kind 1.35ct VVS2 Fancy Intense Blue lab grown diamond has allowed us to create a majestic, intricate and classical design.

Certificate:

IGI: LG_270770859
1.35ct VVS2 Fancy Intense Blue Lab Grown Diamond

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  • 1.35ct Fancy Intense Blue lab grown diamond centre stone
  • Encompassed by a bed of white diamonds totalling 0.7ct in weight set in platinum
  • The ring features 4 setting styles that showcase the unrivalled level of craftsmanship in allowing the maximum amount of light to access each stone

Centre stone - Talon Claw setting that is elegant and near invisible, yet provides total security

Inner Halo - Side cut scallop setting allowing light through the side of the diamonds

Outer Halo - Shared prong setting to support larger stones and allow light in through the under side of the ring

Ring Band - Pavé setting allows diamonds to be packed tightly alongside one another creating a wall of brilliance

  • The lab Fancy Intense Blue diamond was sourced from a distributor in Antwerp following its creation in Ontario, USA
  • The stone was created using the High Pressure, High Temperature (HPHT) method
  • A rough HPHT lab-grown diamond is grown from a small diamond seed.
  • The diamond seed is placed in an environment that contains carbon (the molecular component of diamonds) and a metallic liquid under highly controlled conditions
  • The temperature used is 1500 degrees and the pressure used is 70 bars
  • The diamond was taken to our central London workshop for design work and setting in August 2019

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The Hatton Garden based jewellers is open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 17:30pm available by appointment and is located just a short walk from Chancery Lane tube or Farringdon station.

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