The Ellendale Diamond Mine is located approximately 120km east of Derby in the West Kimberly Region of Western Australia. Ellendale is famous for the production of rare yellow diamonds. This mine closed July 7th this year. There is no discussion of it reopening. This mine produces over 50% of the world's rare and coveted, yellow diamonds. Expect to see the per carat prices of these amazing beauties climb.
This one-of-a-kind platinum and 18 karat gold ring dates to the 1960's and is set with a VS1 .40 NATURAL fancy yellow canary emerald cut diamond. The 4-prongs that hold the canary diamond are 18k yellow gold.
This stunner is surrounded by 4 white trillion cut diamonds that total approximately .70 carats. They are G/H in color and are VS2 to I in clarity.
The 2 smaller stones that are set east west are I in clarity, the larger diamonds set north/south are better quality. This ring faces up very nicely and these inclusions cannot be seen without 10 power magnification.
The mounting measures 11.04mm X 12.56mm, about 1/2 inch x 1/2 inch.
This ring weighs 4.73 grams and is hall marked 18K and platinum. Currently a size 5.5, this ring can be sized up or down 2 full sizes by an experienced jeweler.
This ring would make a stunning engagement, or right hand ring.