William Welstead Hexagonal Diamond Earrings
William Welstead has been an avid collector of rocks since he was a small boy. After studying gemology in London, Welstead began to visit gem markets in India. Welstead looks for stones that have great charm and often unearths rarities that others overlook.
These type of diamonds are cut in India in a geometric form known as a step cut. Normally they are cut from a type of diamond that grows in a flat triangular form called a macle. It is quite rare to find them in perfectly matched pairs such as these. They were also a popular cut used in Art Deco jewellery, an era that William likes very much.
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Platinum 2.24Ct Diamonds