rose-cut

rose-cut

adj
(Jewellery) (of a gemstone) cut with a hemispherical faceted crown and a flat base
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The Queen lent her granddaughter the piece, made of brilliant and rose-cut diamonds set in platinum, with six emeralds on either side.
The museum houses treasures such as a salvaged tearoom designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and a tiara of rose-cut diamonds with a pair of wings which tremble slightly when worn.
Another extravagant piece on display is a 136.11 carat diamond necklace fitted with rose-cut diamonds made exclusively by US-based 64Facets, exhibiting in Bahrain for the first time under the BJC umbrella.
Created by the French jewellery house Boucheron in 1921, the tiara is made of brilliant- and rose-cut diamond pave set in platinum, with six emeralds on either side of the main stone.
There are delicate drop and tasseled jewelry to 'emulate the fringed dresses of the time.' Highlights include animal-themed earrings, like gold turtles studded with chrome diopside and diamonds and sweet rabbit earrings crafted from rose-cut diamonds in white gold.
The pieces are very detailed and minutely carved to bring out the wave effect and are enhanced by white round rose-cut diamonds," she says.
The latest collection features black oxidized sterling silver, as well as 14 karat yellow gold, finished with an exclusive cross-hatch engraving and delicate rose-cut diamond accents.
Mau| (1897): Mauve enamel with rose-cut diamonds and pearls and a "surprise" of heart-shaped frames with portraits of Nicholas, Alexandra and their first child, Olga.
Sarasota artist Chris Bales designs one-of-a-kind sea-inspired jewelry with handpicked colored gems, pearls, fossils, shells and beads to create playful Eiligators Silvery Jewelry like this rose-cut mother-of-pearl sea turtle pendant hand made in sterling silver.
Two of the brooches--a diamond bow-knot, and a cluster of large rose-cut stones--remained in fashion over the following centuries.
It was replaced by Moss' onyx, diamond and platinum bracelets by Neil Lane, Tina Fey's Victorian gold-pendant earrings by Fred Leighton, and Amy Poehler's rose-gold earrings with fire opals and rose-cut diamonds.
Another timeless piece is a ceremonial necklace centered with a 50.03 yellow diamond with a 5.28-carat fancy yellow diamond and two rose-cut diamonds of 12.21 and 12.02 carats each.