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Phoenix Open Diamond Ring
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Phoenix Open Diamond Ring

An open-face diamond ring featuring six lab-grown diamonds.
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Yellow gold

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Phoenix Open Diamond Ring
Phoenix Open Diamond Ring
The original phoenix-cut, developed exclusively by Unsaid, held in 18K recycled gold.
A handheld view of fully matured phoenix wings in flight
Phoenix Open Diamond Ring
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Phoenix Open Diamond Ring

Features

Radiant wings of resurrection.

The Phoenix Open Diamond Ring is a jewel of exuberant brilliance. Its symmetrical graduating lab-grown diamonds feature the original Unsaid phoenix cut. The open-face is held in 18K recycled gold, symbolising the abundance of possibilities a resurrected phoenix may encounter. Offering the incredible powers of this majestic bird– its fierce beauty is perfect for any wearer wishing to fly. Available in white, yellow, and rose 18K recycled gold.

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Jewel reference U10RG6


Gold weight 18K: 2.90 gr

18K recycled gold


Total diamond weight: 1.47 carats

Patented Phoenix cut: 33 facets

Diamond colour: D-E-F

Diamond clarity: VVS1 to VVS2

Delivered with an IGI certificate above 0.5 carat


Certificate of authenticity is included

Size guide

Find the perfect fit

Our printable ring size chart has more information. Click on the link below and let us help you find the perfect fit.

Ring size guide

Size (EU)

Inside (MM)

44

14.01

45

14.33

46

14.65

47

14.97

48

15.29

49

15.61

50

15.92

51

16.24

52

16.56

53

16.88

54

17.20

55

17.52

56

17.83

57

18.15

58

18.49

59

18.79

60

19.11

61

19.43

62

19.75

63

20.06

64

20.38

65

20.70

66

21.02

The inspiration

Rise again

Mythology and art show the phoenix as a mark of rebirth and renewal. Egyptians accepted it as the sun god Ra who flew to Heliopolis, the city of the sun. While gathering spices, the sun set its roost on fire as it landed, burning the phoenix in flames. From the ashes, the bird resurrected to begin a new five-hundred-year life cycle.

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