Michael Barin

Fine Jewelry

Stackable Braceletes

These chic stackable bracelets are a perfect addition for the modern woman looking to spice up her daily accessories. The glam shine of the rose gold and the understated rustic diamonds can be the star accessory of any outfit, as well as compliment any stylish outfit. The 18 karat yellow gold offers a wonderful contrast to the natural rustic diamonds studded throughout the bangles. These bangles are sold as a set of six. They are just as beautiful when worn individually, as they are stacked together. The bangles are 18 Karat and 14 Karat SOLID Rose Gold. There are four three-stone bangles and two six-stone bangles that are all about 9 inches in circumference. The total carat weight of the Rustic Diamonds is 9.12.
 

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Diamond Band

18 Karat White Gold Diamond Band, accented with French Setting Ideal Cut Diamonds. Diamond Quality G/VS2 with a Total Diamond Weight of 5.09CT. French Setting refers to the specific way that small Pavé diamonds are set into the metal of a ring. The finished look makes a ring appear as if it is made of solid diamonds, seamlessly wrapping around the band, essentially creating a piece of art within itself. Size 7. This ring cannot be re sized, but we welcome special orders to accommodate any finger size.
 

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Rose Gold South Sea Pearl Bracelet

18 Karat White Gold and 18 Karat Rose Gold South Sea Pearl Bracelet, accented with 0.77 CT F/VS White Diamonds. The clasp features delicate, hand engraved detail. Pearls are one of the first gems adorned by women and have been used as decorative items as far back as the 5th century BC. Over time, pearls became a status symbol personifying wisdom, power and wealth, and happen to be the only gemstones made by a living organism. South Sea pearls, produced in Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines, are renowned for their size, smoothness, and roundness. They range in size from 9-20mm (compared to the standard 2-10mm cultured pearls) and are naturally white, cream, or golden in color. The rarity and sensitivity of the type of oyster that produces these pearls makes cultivation much more difficult, making them more expensive.
 

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Platinum Diamond Ring

Platinum Diamond Ring with a Pear Shaped Center Stone, accented with Ideal Cut Micro Pave Diamonds. The sheer elegance and gorgeous curves of this pear shaped mounting are perfect for a unique woman who appreciates sensual design. Women who choose this shape are considered to have a strong sense of individuality, while simultaneously maintaining a soft, romantic demeanor. Those who indulge in pear shaped diamonds, tend to set high standards for themselves and everyone around them. This ring by Michael Barin is designed with high standards in mind - only the best for those who appreciate it. PLEASE NOTE, our price here reflects the platinum semi-mount only. Please contact us so that we can assist you with finding a desirable center diamond or provide us with the dimensions of your personal center diamond. This diamond must be Pear Shape cut and be a minimum of 2 CT.
 

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Lapis Lazuli

A rock has several minerals. Lapis lazuli is a rock, which means this ancient gem contains three minerals in varying amounts: lazurite, calcite, and pyrite. Sometimes, it also contains one or more of the following: diopside, amphibole, feldspar, and mica. Although lapis is usually described as indigo, royal, midnight, or marine blue, lapis lazuli’s signature hue is a slightly greenish blue to violetish blue and very deep in color. The combination of different minerals in the aggregate determines the color. For example, lazurite is responsible for producing royal blue lapis, while the mineral called afghanite creates a pale blue shade. Lapis is mined in several areas. The traditional source of the finest lapis lazuli is in the mountains of Afghanistan. Other major sources are Chile and Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia. The lapis mines that were producing in 700 B.C. are still producing today. They are, in fact, the world’s oldest known commercial gemstone sources. Typically, lapis used in jewelry has been cut into cabochons, beads, inlays, and tablets. But it's use has never been limited to only jewelry. It’s also a popular carving material. Lapis has been fashioned into practical objects, such as, game boards, bowls, dagger handles, hair combs, and amulets.

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Peridot Earrings

Rare Pakistani Peridot and 18 Karat White Gold Dangle Earrings, accented with Ideal Cut Micro Pave Diamonds and Tsavorite. GIA Certified Center Stones with a Total Weight of 47.95CT. White Diamond Quality G/VS2 with a Total Weight of 6.08CT. Tsavorite with a Total Weight of 0.58CT. Lever back. Peridot’s color ranges from pure green to yellowish green to greenish yellow. Pure green stones are very rare, with most of them being yellowish green. Peridots with the finest color tend to come from Burma and Pakistan. The stone retains its rich color even under artificial lighting, leading it to sometimes be referred to as the “evening emerald.” Michael Barin himself prefers to work with Pakistani Peridot on account of its “darker, deeper color” when compared to stones coming from Burma, which are “more teal and opaque.” Average Measurements of Center Stones: Length 24.79mm (0.98in) Width 14.43mm (0.57in) Depth 10.46mm (0.41in) Total Finished Measurements: Length: 3in Width: 1.25in

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Topaz Ring

Precious Imperial Topaz set in 18 Karat White Gold, accented with White Diamonds and Orange Sapphires. GIA Certified Center Stone with a Total Weight of 21.99CT. White Diamond Quality F/VS2 with a Total Weight of 1.97CT. Orange Sapphire Weight of 3.80CT. The most prized color of Topaz is the Imperial Topaz, named after the Russian czars of the 1800s and their opulent taste. These stones feature a magnificent reddish-orange body of color with slightly pinkish undertones. In fact, topaz was often used to promote wisdom of the wearer, explaining the medieval custom of giving Topaz rings to diplomats and royals. Even Henry VIII, depicted by Hans Holbein, is painted wearing golden brown Topazes. Topaz is a GIA Certified Stone, Measurements of Center Stone: Length 25.26mm (~1.5in) Width 11.54mm (~1in) Depth 8.77mm (~0.34in) Total Finished Measurements: Length: 1.5in Width: 0.75in Ring Size*: 7 *Can be sized anywhere between a size 6 and a size 9. With the addition of a butterfly sizer, the ring can be sized down to a 5.5

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Pear Shaped Peridot Ring

Pear Shaped Pakistani Peridot set in 18 Karat White Gold, accented with Micro Pave Ideal Cut White Diamonds. GIA Certified Center Stone with a Total Weight of 44.30CT. White Diamond Quality G/VS2 with a Total Weight of 4CT. Peridot’s color ranges from pure green to yellowish green to greenish yellow. Pure green stones are very rare, with most of them being yellowish green. Peridots with the finest color tend to come from Burma and Pakistan. The stone retains its rich color even under artificial lighting, leading it to sometimes be referred to as the “evening emerald.” Michael Barin himself prefers to work with Pakistani Peridot on account of its “darker, deeper color” when compared to stones coming from Burma, which are “more teal and opaque.” Measurements of Center Stone: Length 32.43mm (1.28in) Width 16.42mm (0.64in) Depth 12.21mm (0.48in) Total Finished Measurements: Length: 1.5in Width: 0.75in Ring Size*: 6.75 *Can be sized anywhere between a size 5.75 and a size 9. With the addition of a butterfly sizer, the ring can be sized down to a 5.25

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Edwardian Emerald Necklace

18 Karat Yellow Gold, 1.14 CT Center Oval Cabochon Emerald, 2.22 CT Round Brilliant and Rose Cut Diamonds, and Silver Patina. Inspired by the Edwardian Era, a time when fine jewelry was a crucial component of every outfit, pieces were created to compliment the silk and lace worn by royalty. Understated and delicately feminine, this piece exhibits striking detail and painstaking attention to detail. The round brilliant cut diamonds are set in silver boasting a black, antique finish. Each diamond is meticulously set with a foil backing to ensure that it shines in contrast to the antique finish. Measurements: Chain Length: 16in (18 Karat Yellow Gold) Pendant Length: 2.25in Pendant Width: 1.25in
 

Silver Patina Diamond Necklace

 18 Karat Yellow Gold, 0.73 CT Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds, 0.28 CT Rose Cut Center Diamond, and Silver Patina. Inspired by the Edwardian Era, a time when fine jewelry was a crucial component of every outfit, pieces were created to compliment the silk and lace worn by royalty. Understated and delicately feminine, this piece exhibits striking detail and painstaking attention to detail. The round brilliant cut diamonds are set in silver boasting a black, antique finish. Each diamond is meticulously set with a foil backing to ensure that it shines in contrast to the antique finish. Measurements: Chain Length: 16in (18 Karat Yellow Gold) Pendant Length: 2.75in Pendant Width: 1in