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Iconic™ Grey Moissanite, Willow Leaves (2ct)

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 THIS RING IS MADE-TO-ORDER
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The graceful band was inspired by a cluster of willow leaves. Featuring a 2ct grey Iconic Moissanite™. Grey Iconic Moissanites™ are available exclusively by Kristin Coffin Jewelry, and are in extremely limited supply. The grey hue can range from a warmer dove-grey, to a deeper smoky-grey. Since the color cannot be controlled during growing, the grey stock available is always changing. Please read this blog post about grey Iconic Moissanite to learn more about the shades of grey. If you have a preference, email Kristin prior to ordering to check on availability. If no preference is indicated, Kristin will choose one for you that she thinks looks gorgeous with the metal color you select! This ring avoids all harmful mining of gold and gemstones, making this design a truly eco-friendly and conflict-free choice.

SETTING & STONE:
➣ Round cut: 8mm (2ct diamond equivalent)
Grey Iconic Moissanite™
➣ Setting: four-prong floral basket setting
➣ Wedding band can stack snugly beside
➣ Certificate of Authenticity included
Please read this blog post for more info on the shades of grey

WILLOW SHANK:
➣ Choice of recycled 14k yellow, white, or rose gold
Dimensions: 2mm at widest, tapered at top
➣ Finish: polished gently, with polished/smooth interior

This listing is for the Grey Moissanite Sienna Engagement Ring only; wedding bands in photos are sold separately. 

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 sapphire or ruby. Moissanite's sparkle, durability, and ethical lab-creation make this stone the perfect engagement ring choice. The grey hue is incredibly rare since it happens by accident during the crystal growing process. 

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