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Effy 14K Rose Gold 0.17ctw Diamond Circle & Loop Pendant w/ 18” Chain - 133-065


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133-065 - Effy 14K Rose Gold 0.17ctw Diamond Circle & Loop Pendant w/ 18” Chain
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Effy 14K Rose Gold 0.17ctw Diamond Circle & Loop Pendant w/ 18” Chain

Stunning style for the woman who appreciates the finer things in life! Designed with polished 14K rose gold, this beautiful pendant features three graduated oval loops hanging from a circular base which is covered in diamonds. The loops move independently for eye-catching movement. The circular piece showcases a single round full cut 1.25mm white diamond and 18 round full 1.0mm white diamond; all in prong settings. The pendant comes on an 18” 14K rose gold cable link chain with a spring ring clasp.

The total diamond weight is approximately 0.17ct. The diamond color is H-I and the clarity is I1-I2. The pendant measures 13/16”L x 5/8”W x 3/16”H and comes in a an Effy Box with a romance card and Effy tag.

Part of the Effy Collection. Pendant made in China. Chain made in Italy. Treat with best of care. All jewelry should occasionally be examined for tightness of gemstones. Alterations and cleaning must be done by professional jewelers. All weights pertaining to gemstones, including diamonds, are minimum weights. Gemstone may vary in color and/or pattern. Please allow for these natural variations. Additionally, please note that many gemstones are treated to enhance their beauty. Click here for important information about gemstone enhancements and special care requirements.

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Diamond:

The value of a diamond is determined by the Four Cs: Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat weight.

Diamond Cut
The cut of a diamond (the depth, width and uniformity of the facets) determines the stone’s brilliance and sparkle. Even if a diamond has perfect color and clarity, a poor cut can make it look dull. A diamond’s proportions determine how well the light will reflect and refract within the stone, with symmetry of the cut being extremely important.

Diamond Color
Acting as a prism, a diamond can divide light into a spectrum of colors, reflecting light as colorful flashes called fire. Color within a diamond diminishes the brilliance of the stone by diminishing the spectrum of colors that are emitted. A colorless diamond disperses light throughout the entire stone. Therefore, the less color that is in a diamond, the more colorful its fire, the better its color grade, and the greater its value (and priced accordingly). Diamond color is graded using an alphabetical range from D-Z (D being totally colorless). Diamonds graded better than J are colorless or near-colorless, with color that is typically undetectable to the unaided eye. Color K-Z is especially noticeable when set in platinum or white gold.

Diamond Clarity
Most diamonds naturally have small internal flaws called inclusions, which interfere with the passage of light through the stone. Diamonds free of inclusions are very rare, highly valued and the most expensive. The size, number, position and color of these imperfections determine a stone’s clarity grade.

  • FL (Flawless): No internal or external flaws
  • VVS1-VVS2 (Very Very Slightly Included): Very difficult to see inclusions under 10X magnification
  • VS1-VS2 (Very Slightly Included): Inclusions are seen under 10X magnification, but not typically visible to the unaided eye
  • SI1-SI2 (Slightly Included): Inclusions are highly visible under 10X magnification and may be visible to the unaided eye
  • I1-I2-I3 (Imperfect): Inclusions visible to the unaided eye

    Diamond Carat
    Carat is the standard unit of measurement used to determine a diamond’s weight. One carat consists of 100 points, so a 50-point diamond equals a half carat, or 0.50ct. It is important to remember that although two diamonds may have the same carat weight, their color and clarity may be different, thus determining each individual stone’s value. Additionally, since larger diamonds are more rare than smaller diamonds, diamond value tends to rise exponentially with carat weight. A 2.00ct diamond is more valuable than two 1.00ct diamonds.

    More About Diamonds
    The most precious of all gems, diamonds have an incredible rarity factor. It takes a minimum of one million diamonds to be mined in order to find a 1.00ct gem-quality diamond, so each 1.00ct quality diamond is literally one in a million. Making them even more incredible, the mining of diamonds requires moving and sifting 250 tons of the Earth’s crust to find just one diamond. Mining companies literally move mountains to find diamonds.

    Diamonds have the longest endurance of any substance known on Earth. Carbon dating has established that diamonds, on the average, are 3.4 billion years of age. They consist of pure carbon and there is no chemical difference between them and carbon powder (the lead pencil center). Obviously, however, the physical difference between carbon powder and a diamond is fascinating. Diamonds are created from a basketball-sized piece of pure carbon that becomes white-hot. It is squeezed to the size of a small pearl, turning from black to clear in the process and becoming the hardest material known to humans, ranking a 10.0 on the Mohs Scale . Because they are so hard, diamonds can only be ground and polished by using diamond dust that has been ground from other diamonds.

    Diamonds are found in a rainbow of colors. The value of a fancy-colored stone depends largely on the rarity of its color (reds and greens are rarer than yellows and browns), the saturation of the color (from faint to vivid), and the purity of the color (whether it is bright and clear or clouded by other underlying colors). Probably the most famous colored diamond is the Hope, which features a deep-blue color and weighs an amazing 45.52ct. It can be seen at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.

    With diamonds found all over the world, America has a couple small producing diamonds mines, but it only produces industrial grades with non-gem grade material. These black and brown industrial-grade diamonds are widely used as cutting and grinding tools in various industries, such as oil drilling and stone carving.

    Diamonds have come to symbolize the ultimate gift of love and romance and, in the United States, are traditionally used in engagement and wedding rings. The tradition of the diamond solitaire engagement ring may have started in 1477, when the Archduke of Austria gave a large solitaire diamond to Mary of Burgundy for her hand in marriage. Amidst this tradition of romance, the diamond is also the birthstone for April and given as 10th, 30th, 60th and 75th anniversary gifts.

    Diamonds have been the pride of empires throughout time. Ancient Hindu followers believed diamonds were created by thunderbolts striking the ground. Ancient Greeks believed that diamonds were teardrops of the gods and splinters of stars that had fallen to Earth. The stones were believed to possess magical qualities and have powers far beyond the understanding of common man. Even the name stems from “adamas,” the Greek word for “unconquerable” and “indestructible.”

    The diamond is considered the most magical of all gems. When worn, it promotes spirituality, even ecstasy, and is often utilized in meditation. The diamond promotes self-confidence in relations with the opposite sex and is often worn to conquer infertility. The diamond is the stone of love and is worn to ensure fidelity. Owing to its sparkling and flashing nature, it has long been regarded as a stone of protection and peace. It can be worn today for courage and strength, and represents fearlessness and invincibility.

    Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it is important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately so they do not touch one another. To clean jewelry at home, soak diamonds in warm, sudsy water made with any mild liquid detergent. Brush with a soft toothbrush and rinse and pat dry with a soft, lint-free cloth. Other effective cleaning methods include soaking diamonds in household ammonia, brand-name liquid jewelry cleaners, or even a glass of vodka.




  • About the Collection
    Experience the luxury and exceptional beauty of the Effy Jewelry Collection, a premier designer line featuring some of the finest diamonds and gemstones available. The Effy Jewelry Collection includes elegant necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and pendants featuring diamonds and a rainbow of colored precious and semi-precious gemstones set in 14K gold and silver.

    The ultimate in luxury, Effy is known for innovative and creative designs featuring intricate pave settings and vibrantly colored stones. Each piece is crafted with the utmost attention to detail and design — with no two designs exactly the same, each is a truly one-of-a-kind piece.

    Classic Effy styles add elegance to your everyday look, while contemporary pieces add a vibrant splash of color and sparkle to an evening out or a special occasion. With luxurious styles varying from traditional and timeless to today's high fashion looks, there is a piece for you in the Effy Jewelry Collection.

    Tamara AtzenwilerAbout the Founder & Designer
    Effy began more than 30 years ago as a family business with the mission of creating exquisite jewelry with the utmost attention to detail. Today, this luxurious brand is highly desirable for those with the most discerning tastes.

    Effy Hematian is passionate about creating each piece with the utmost attention to quality. He has built this luxury brand upon a foundation of quality, trust and integrity. Discover why the award-winning Effy collection is one of the most well-regarded, premier jewelry collections in the world.

    About the Guest
    With more than 10 years of experience in the jewelry industry, Effy Brand Specialist Tamara Atzenwiler works directly with designer Effy Hematian and his team in New York City. With a keen eye for elegant design, on-air guest Tamara is an expert at identifying exquisite styles and the latest trends. Inspired by Effy's love of color and his passion for creating, let Tamara show you how Effy's commitment to innovation and excellent craftsmanship is reflected in each jewelry masterpiece.

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