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Classic 14K Two Tone White and Rose Gold 3/4 CTW Round Cut Lab Grown Blue and White Diamond Flower Ring (G-H Color, SI1-SI2 Clarity)

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Description

This beautiful two tone gold flower halo Art Deco ring has an antique design and consists of lab grown diamonds and is crafted in 14K rose and white gold. The ring has 53 stones in total, center round diamond has a lab grown fancy vivid blue color with SI1-SI2 clarity and weighs 0.46 carats in weight. 52 side white lab grown diamonds weigh a total of 0.34 carats with a G-H color and SI clarity. The rings comes in two tone 14K gold which weighs approximately 3.66 grams. A beautiful diamond ring at an unbeatable value. It is a perfect band for daily wear. Order now!

Ring Information
Metal 14K
Metal Color Two Tone White and Rose Gold
Metal Weight 3.66 grams
Setting Type Halo Setting
Height 24.9 MM
Width 21.27 MM
Length 24.9 MM
Ring Size 4.5 - 12
Gem Type Lab Grown Diamond

 

Lab Grown Diamond Information
Center Stone Info
Diamond Weight 1/2 CT
Color Fancy Vivid Blue
Clarity SI
Cut Very Good
Shape Round
Number of stones 1

 

Side Stone Info
Diamond Weight 0.34 CTW
Color G-H
Clarity SI
Cut Very Good
Shape Round
Number of stones 52

 

“Pure Sustainable Love ”
Pure: Gold is the purest of the materials and is non-toxic. Give metal info on silver .925, 10k, 14k, 18k and platinum. We chose to only manufacture our jewelry in 14k and 18k because silver and 10k are too light in terms of weight. Platinum on the other hand is a heavier metal which increases the cost of the metal. The 14k and 18k type are just the exact weight which provide great value and last long.

Sustainable: Is the eco friendly which correlates to Lab Grown and Conflict Free diamonds.

Love : Diamonds are forever, why? Because they are the hardest materials found and are the most brilliant. Carbon is the most important of any living organism and that’s why diamond are precious.

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What is a lab-grown diamond?

A lab grown diamond is a one that originates and is composed in laboratory unlike the natural diamonds that are found from mother earth. But then you might ponder are these lab-grown beauties real? The answer to that is YES. The physical composition and chemical properties for both are twins. On the note of crystalline structure both natural and lab-grown diamonds have same molecular composition. On the better note the hardness, thermal conductivity and electron mobility of lab-grown diamonds are much more superior than natural diamonds. Subjective to size, color and clarity; a lab-grown diamond can be up to 20-40% less expensive than a natural diamond. 

 

Why do we buy Lab Grown Diamonds? - Refer to the below link:

http://d.neadiamonds.com/real-synthetic-diamonds

 

About Us:

Company Info - We are a part of the vertical integrated establishment. We grow, manufacture and sell our diamonds which is an end to end strategy.

Showcase art which is possible due to low cost of diamonds getting in the market cause which artists can present his creative side. Which is more affordable and conflict free. Express the feeling without compromising on the concept of fine jewelry.

Specifications

Ring Information
Metal14K
Metal ColorTwo Tone White and Rose Gold
Metal Weight3.66 grams
Setting TypeHalo Setting
Height24.9 MM
Width21.27 MM
Length24.9 MM
Ring Size4.5 - 12
Gem typeLab Grown Diamond

Stone Info

Diamond Weight0.34 CTW
ColorG-H
ClaritySI
CutVery Good
ShapeRound
Number of stones52

 

Diamond Info

Center Stone Info
Diamond Weight1/2 CT
ColorFancy Vivid Blue
ClaritySI
CutVery Good
ShapeRound
Number of stones1

 

About Diamond

Diamond forms under high temperature and pressure conditions that exist only about 100 miles beneath the earth’s surface. Diamond’s carbon atoms are bonded in essentially the same way in all directions. Another mineral, graphite, also contains only carbon, but its formation process and crystal structure are very different. Graphite is so soft that you can write with it, while diamond is so hard that you can only scratch it with another diamond.

CLARITY

quality factors

Clarity grades assess the number, size, relief, and position of inclusions and blemishes.

COLOR

quality factors

The less color, the higher the grade. Even the slightest hint can make a dramatic difference in value.

CUT

quality factors

Cut (proportions, symmetry, and polish) is a measure of how a diamond’s facets interact with light.

CARAT WEIGHT

quality factors

Rarity means larger diamonds of the same quality are worth more per carat.