・EMERSON・
Lab-Grown Diamond (VS2/G), Diamond Halo & Band, (1.70ct+)

The distance diamonds will be set around band.

Customizations Total: $ 0.00

 THIS RING IS MADE-TO-ORDER
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  • A diamond ring with a clear conscience: Featuring a 1.30ct lab-grown diamond center from United States-based company Hoover & Strong, surrounded by a halo of conflict-free diamonds mined from Canada. A graceful vintage-inspired design makes a statement engagement ring, or a fun cocktail ring for any finger.

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  • LAB-GROWN DIAMOND CENTER:
    ➣ Center diamond size: 1.25ct (~7mm)
    ➣ Clarity, Color, & Cut: VS2/G, Excellent cut
    ➣ IGI Certificate & Grading Report

    DIAMOND HALO & BAND:
    ➣ Conflict-free, Canadian origin, VS/FG quality
    ➣ Halo Diamond Weight: ~.33ct (.31ct - .35ct)
    ➣ Pavé Band Diamond Weight: ~.11ct - .21ct, depending on diamond distance selection

    SETTING:
    ➣ Choice of recycled gold color or platinum
    ➣ Top of ring measures: ~14mm long by ~10.5mm wide
    ➣ Cathedral shoulders and leafy gallery below halo
    ➣ Shank (band): 2mm wide, tapered at top
    ➣ Total ring height: ~6.5mm high
    ➣ Finish: polished (can be matte satin upon request)

  • ABOUT LAB-GROWN DIAMONDS:

    Lab-grown diamonds are identical to a diamond mined from the earth in their chemical, physical, and optical makeup. They are grown in laboratories that recreate the intensity of heat and pressure that causes diamonds to form in the earth. Atom by atom over time, a small starter of natural diamond is grown into a pure rough diamond. The rough diamond is then cut by a master stone cutter to maximize brilliance, clarity, and fire. Each lab-grown diamond is just as unique as a mined diamond since each grows organically with its own unique character.

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