Emerald Cut Blue Sapphire Center, Trillion Diamonds (2.52ctw)

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  • The Avery three-stone ring is the perfect blend of edgy-meets- classic. Featuring an emerald cut Chatham lab-grown blue sapphire center, accented with trillion lab-grown diamond side stones. Wedding bands are sold separately; this listing is for the Avery blue sapphire engagement ring only. 


    ➣ Size: 8x6mm (~2.1ct)  
    ➣ Lab-grown sapphire from Chatham

    Lab-grown diamonds, VS/D-F quality
    ➣ Trillion diamond average total weight:  .42ctw 

    ➣ Choice of recycled gold color or platinum 
    ➣ Leaf shaped basket-style prong setting
    ➣ Shank (band): 2mm wide, tapered at top
    ➣ Total ring height: ~6mm tall  


    "Lab-grown" or "lab-created" gemstones are crystals which are grown in a lab, rather than mined from the earth. They have the same optical, gemological, physical, and chemical properties as their naturally occurring counterpart. Since they are grown in a controlled environment, they'll have fewer flaws and amazing clarity and color! 

    Lab-grown sapphires are real gemstones, with all the same gemological properties found in nature. They are not the same as "simulant" or "imitation" gems, which are manmade products which simulate the appearance of, but do not duplicate the properties of the natural gemstone they imitate.

    Your lab-grown sapphire from Chatham will be equally (if not more) durable, sparkling, and vibrant than a blue sapphire found in nature. Since it is a true sapphire gemstone, it is very valuable -- even more valuable than many naturally occurring sapphires. In addition to being of great value and quality, lab-grown gemstones avoid all environmentally harmful mining.

    About the Chatham gemstone company
    About Lab-Grown accent diamonds

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