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"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
"Alexis" - Halo Ring - Massimo Martina
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"Alexis" - Halo Ring

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"Alexis" is a beautiful, luxurious diamond halo ring with a modern-meets-classic design. "Alexis" has a large, oval centre stone surrounded by an illusion-set halo encompassing four genuine diamonds.  The illusion setting continues along the shank to complete the classic look.  This ring is made from Rhodium-plated Sterling Silver and the centre stone has a number of options for you to select, based on your personality and style! Get the matching necklace here. 


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Real 925 Sterling Silver

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RHODIUM PLATING

Rhodium plating is a process whereby jewellery is submerged into a heated chemical solution containing a metal called rhodium, which is rarer than gold.  When a current is applied to the solution, a chemical bonding reaction takes place and the rhodium is pulled from the liquid and is applied to the jewelleryToo soft to make jewellery from, rhodium is perfect for plating and gives off a brilliant silver colour.  Rhodium is, however, harder than both silver and gold and is an excellent protective coating to shield against scratches.

GEMOLOGY

Alexandrite, with its chameleon-like qualities, is a rare variety of the mineral chrysoberyl.  Alexandrite is also a strongly pleochroic gem, which means it can show different colours when viewed from different directions. Naturally, its three pleochroic colours are green, orange, and purple-red. The striking colour change doesn’t arise from the gem’s pleochroism, but rather from the mineral’s unusual light-absorbing properties. Lab-grown alexandrite has the same physical properties as the natural stone, however, more commonly changes colour from blue to purple. This does occur naturally; however, it is extremely rare.

Lab-grown sapphires have the same chemical and gemological composition as a natural sapphire, which is cut from the crystalline form of Aluminium Oxide, called Corundum.  Sapphires are grown in a lab using either a flame fusion or hydrothermal process. In flame fusion, a flame melts aluminium oxide powder. The melted droplets form into a long teardrop shape called a ‘boule.’ The addition of other minerals to the aluminium oxide can create the coloured varieties of sapphire.  On the other hand, the hydrothermal process is a solution process that closely mimics natural formation, subjecting the minerals to intense heat and pressure, whereby sapphires end up forming around a seed crystal in the solution.

Sapphires with slight variations in different elements can be found in a broad range of colours including clear, green, yellow, gold, purple, peach, or a mix of colours (Parti Sapphires). Blue sapphires owe their colour to titanium and iron. White sapphires owe theirs to a lack of iron, chromium, beryllium and titanium in their composition. Red or pink sapphires contain chromium.  Red sapphire has a higher content of chromium and is widely referred to as a Ruby. Sapphire is also very durable and second only to Diamond in hardness.  This means that it is the second hardest natural substance on Earth!

The Ruby was the first gemstone to be made artificially.  Our Biron Synthetic Rubies are rubies created in a lab, using a hydrothermal method.  They have the same chemical and gemological composition as a natural ruby. Biron Rubies also appear brighter and more vivid than natural rubies.  Their quality and clarity are far superior to natural rubies which have many imperfections, faults or cracks, otherwise known as ‘inclusions.’ Ruby is also very durable and second only to Diamond in hardness.  This means that it is the second hardest natural substance on Earth!

Lab-grown emeralds are known for having the same chemical and gemological composition as a natural emerald.  Our lab-grown emeralds are Biron Synthetic Emeralds. These are emeralds created in a lab, using a hydrothermal method.  These emeralds have the best quality and clarity, superior to a natural emerald which have many imperfections, faults or cracks, otherwise known as 'inclusions.'

Topaz is naturally a colourless stone, however, it can be treated with high-energy electron or gamma radiation and then heated to produce a variety of stunning blue hues.  Today, it is the variation of this very procedure which yields topaz in a wide range of blue colours, the most popular being London Blue and Swiss Blue. The radiation treatment is safe. The stones are held in a secure facility after treatment and monitored until their residual radiation declines to a level that is safe for use in jewellery.

Aquamarine is a gemstone variety of Beryl, just like emerald. It is the iron content within, that gives this stone its colour of pale blue The colour of top-quality natural aquamarine can be very light to moderately dark, dependant on the iron content within.  Deeper colours can be produced through heat treatment. Aquamarine is also considered to be the stone of Courage. It helps to calm and soothe the nerves and reduce fear.

Diamonds are a solid form of carbon and have the highest hardness and thermal conductivity of any natural material.  These stones have incredible durability and resistance against scratches and breakage from impacts.  Diamond has high optical dispersion qualities, to help disperse an array of colours and to give off that sparkle.  The intensity of the sparkle is assisted by the type of cut, by varying the number of facets.  Diamonds come in a range of grades and colours.  You can learn more about the types of cuts, grades and colours here.  

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight:

2.3 g (ring size ‘N’)

Material:

Sterling Silver

Surface Finish:

Polished

Plating:

Rhodium Plated

Approx. Shank Base Thickness:

1.65 mm

Approx. Shank Base Width:

2.1 mm

Approx. Top Dimensions:

8.3 mm

Primary Stone Shape:

Oval

Primary Stone Size:

7 x 5 mm

Primary Stone Type:

Lab-grown Alexandrite/Blue Sapphire/Ruby/Emerald; Sky Blue Topaz; or Aquamarine

Secondary Stone Shape:

Round

Secondary Stone Size:

0.85 mm

Secondary Stone Type:

Diamond (4 in total)

Secondary Stone Cut:

Single Cut

Diamond Clarity:

I3

Diamond Colour:

H-J

Total Diamond Carat Weight:

0.01 CTW

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How to Determine Your Ring Size

 

Massimo Martina specifies ring sizes by the inner circumference of the ring in millimetres (mm). For example, size ‘47’ corresponds with an inner circumference of 47 mm.

 

You can easily determine your own ring size with a measuring tape or a cord. To measure, simply place the cord (or the measuring tape) around the finger where you want to put the ring. The point along the cord where the tip meets should be marked.  Ensure that the cord is snug around your finger, but not tight and compressing the skin, as this will cause your ring to be too tight.

  

Use a ruler to measure the cord and determine your ring size in mm.

 

The below chart shows how the Massimo Martina sizes translate into other sizes: