Interesting post Gemlover. I am really shocked that your Rhapsody diamonds are apparently not the grade that is stated to be in this range and if true this is a serious case of misrepresantation. As for the sapphire being heat treated, this is a very common and accepted practice for many gems and I don't think that should worry you overly, BUT a BE diffused stone would be a serious case for concern... Did your jeweller make any comment about the sapphire?? Of course it could only be an informed opinion as testing for this process is the only way to determine it. I wouldn't necessarily send it back on the basis of a heat treated sapphire because a non treated/natural stone of the same colour intensity would be virtually impossible to source and would be far too expensive to purchase anyway, but I would expect a price reduction in relation to the diamond grade.Thanks again Meesho. When I opened the box pink saphire ring looked stunning esp the diamonds so sparkly and Saphire is beautiful pink. I was called from TJC at 5 pm regarding treatment. Was told by a gentleman that saphire was heated and all gems unless stated natural undergo treatment. So it's treated. More to add I took it the local jeweller fairly experienced diamond jeweller he said diamonds are about G in color and SI in clarity. He is the same one who graded some iliana as VS in the past. I bought 3 diamondnecklaces from him and he is very reliable.
Ambit of a perfectionist in my own territory I don't like highly treated stones everytime I look at it I think it's all unnatural.
U helped me to come to a final decision, it's going tomoro,
Paraiba Tourmaline might arrive tomoro it's been shipped.
Will let u all know
also local jeweller said saphire was very slightly chipped may be true or may be not.