Just as the sun's rays radiate outward, casting light in every direction, so too does the Jubilee Engagement Ring. With a scintillating halo of brilliant bead-set zircons and a striking round-shaped center stone, light is gathered and mirrored throughout the design, resulting in an unrivaled display of brilliance.
Tears of Joy
A unique hybrid, the round shape combines the round brilliant and marquise cuts to form a tapered teardrop. Made popular in the 18th century, the round shape was said to represent tears of joy.
How to Measure the Size
Stone weight: 2 carat
Material: Zircon and White Zinc
Stone setting: Claw
Stone shape: round-shaped
Width 1.4 cm
Height 0.56 cm
Zircon - the Oldest Gemstone
Zircon is a gemstone that is very similar to diamonds in many ways but actually far superior in many aspects:
First of all zircon is the oldest gemstone ever discovered. Take your zircon put it against the skin you could be touching something that was around four billion years ago.
When white light goes into a diamond it goes and reflects and comes out into the seven colors of the rainbow but only once. When it happens with a zircon light goes in it splits into two totally separate rays and then goes into the colors of the rainbow so you get twice the fire.
So now you've got a gemstone we more fire potentially more brilliance than a diamond it's older it's rarer and the people may like me come along and sell it at a fraction of the price.
If I was to show you a one-carat zircon unless you were fully qualified in geology you couldn't really tell it apart from a very really beautiful diamond