Combining the brilliance of diamonds with the art of minimalism, Alexander Fuchs’ pieces showcase the perfection and beauty of the stone as the settings all but disappear.
Just a simple highly resistant fluorocarbon line highlights this spectacular marquise (oval) cut white diamond set onto 18k white gold.
White Gold weight 1.35gr.
Marquise White Diamond, 0.20ct.
Diamond colour is a G. Clarity is VS-SI.
Product code: 5131085
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After many years of apprenticeship alongside his grandfather, Daniel Sieradzki developed a fascination for presenting diamonds in settings that practically disappear, ensuring that all the focus is on the stone, allowing the diamond to sparkle without competition - “If I could, I would inlay the diamond directly onto a woman’s skin.”
As a tribute to his grandfather, Daniel launched Alexander Fuchs in 2010. His family is part of a long line of prestigious Paris Place Vendome diamond jewellery suppliers, dating back to the 1930's.
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Jewellery Adjustments We want every piece to be a perfect fit for your body, so if you require any adjustments to your chosen new item, such as a longer chain, or an altered ring size, then please contact us at one of our stores. Many adjustments can be carried out for you in a relatively short space of time. More complex adjustments or repairs may need to be returned to individual jewellery designers and this may take a little longer. Unfortunately, due to the unique nature of our collections we cannot guarantee that all items can be adjusted, but we will endeavour to help you in any way that we can.
Ring Size Chart Most of our jewellery designers offer a standard size for their rings, a UK size M which is equivalent to an US size 6. We offer a resizing service free of charge* for the purchase of rings by our fine jewellery designers. We cannot, however, offer ring resizing on costume pieces and some fashion design rings. To measure your finger for a ring size, take a piece of string and wrap it around the base of the finger. Use a pen to mark the point where the string overlaps, then measure the distance between these two points in millimetres to give you the circumference measurement of your finger. Finally, use our ring size conversion chart to calculate your correct ring size according to several different systems. Any good jeweller should also be able to measure your ring size for you.