・ZAHRA・
Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.09ctw, Ready to Ship)

Choice of diamonds or no diamonds in shank (band portion of ring)

 Ready to ship in rose gold, size 5.5. Allow 1 week before shipping. 
➣ Allow 3-4 weeks for resizing before shipping.
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  • The vintage-inspired midsize Zahra makes a statement engagement ring. Featuring a colorless Forever One™ Hearts & Arrows moissanite from Charles & Colvard, accented by lab-grown diamonds in the halo and shank. This listing is for the Zahra halo ring only; wedding bands are sold separately. 


     

  • CENTER MOISSANITE: 
    ➣ Size: 7.5mm (1.5ct diamond equivalent) 
    ➣ Hearts & Arrows cut
    ➣ Forever One™ colorless D-E-F from Charles & Colvard

    ACCENT DIAMONDS:
    ➣ Clarity & Color: VS/F 
    Lab-grown accent diamonds
    ➣ Halo diamond weight: ~.48ctw
    ➣ Diamonds extend halfway around shank: ~.11ctw

    SETTING:
    ➣ Recycled 14k rose gold 
    ➣ Halo measures: ~16.5mm long by 14mm wide
    ➣ Shank (band): 2mm wide, tapered at top 
    ➣ Total ring height: ~7.5mm high  
    ➣ Cathedral shoulders and leafy gallery below halo  

    TOTAL CARAT WEIGHT OF RING: ~ 2.09ctw

  • ABOUT MOISSANITE:

    Moissanite is a lab-grown gemstone which was first discovered over 100 years ago on a meteor that struck earth. Its high refractive index and light dispersion produce brilliance and fire not seen in other gems. Its incredible durability ranks second only to diamond -- even higher than white sapphire or ruby. Moissanite's sparkle, durability, and ethical lab-creation make this stone the perfect engagement ring choice. Of all the white gemstone alternatives, moissanite looks and behaves the most like diamond.

    LEARN MORE on KRISTIN'S BLOG:
    How moissanite compares to other gems
    Hearts & Arrows vs. Round cuts compared



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