Hold the heavens in your hand for this ring contains a hidden secret...so keep reading.
Moi et toi, or French for me and you, these rings are akin to the crossover or bypass style.
Symbolizing the meeting of two minds, or a joining of two as one, this sentimental ring features an old mine cut diamond of .35 carats. White and lively in presence, it rates a color of H-I with a clarity of SI1-2 for clear inclusions and only a minute speck of dark.
In its orbit is a natural reddish, deep pink ruby of .30 carats in weight. Both are set with coronet or crown galleries, the diamond with platinum prongs. The remainder is a subtle 18k rose gold.
And what's this ring's celestial hidden something special? Inside the diamond, is a natural inclusion that resembles a miniature comet. Such a rare thing, there is a minute head and a clear tail that fans out as if it is shooting through the night sky.
Don't try this at home, for you won't see it. But it is there. It is visible only by a jeweler or with powerful magnification such as a 10x loupe.
It's a ring to remind us of the mysteries in the natural world.
*Diamond Info - Almost all diamonds, being natural and created deep in the earth, have tiny, often imperceptible traces of their being elemental. Many are too small to see with the eye, some even difficult to detect by jewelers. They can range from minute bubbles, to clear trails or take on various types of shapes and sizes.
All these are called "inclusions" for those in the know. If you have seen naive diamonds, (salt and pepper, raw, or other names) over the last 10 years or so, those are diamonds that possess large and visible inclusions. Diamonds that do not have includes are considered flawless in clarity and make up approximately 1/2 of a one percent of all the diamonds out there.