Platinum Laboratory-Grown 1.90ct Emerald Cut Diamond Solitaire Ring with Diamond Shoulders
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- Laboratory-Grown Emerald Cut Diamond 1.90ct
- IGI Certificate Grading E Colour, VS2 Clarity
Laboratory-Grown diamond set shoulders
- Condition: New
- Finger Size: L
- Suitable for re-sizing
- Stock reference: NCLGR 05
- Store Location: Chichester
A stunning solitaire ring, with the beauty of the emerald cut cut amplified by twinkling small round diamonds on the hoop of the ring. The laboratory-grown diamonds of superior quality are hand-set in an elegant Platinum mount.
All the diamonds in this ring are Laboratory-Grown Diamonds which combine the beauty of nature and the wonders of science. A Laboratory Grown Diamond or Synthetic Diamond is almost indistinguishable to a natural diamond in terms of the physical, chemical and optical characteristics. The only difference is that it has been created by scientific means rather than created by nature and mined from a natural resource.
The Laboratory-Grown diamonds have the same exquisite sparkle, strength, brilliance and fire that you would find with a natural diamond, yet the price is significantly lower.
The emerald cut diamond comes with an IGI Laboratory Grown Diamond Grading Report, assessing the gem as 1.90ct, E colour, VS2 clarity. Dimensions: 8.48mm x 5.85mm x 4mm.
The design is completed by sparkling small round brilliant cut Laboratory Grown Diamonds, grain set along the hoop, with a vintage inspired milgrain edge.
The ring is crafted from precious durable platinum. The shank has a width of 2.3mm and the head of the ring measures 9mm x 7mm. The design is wed-fit, so another ring will sit perfectly flush against it, giving you plenty of choice for wedding or eternity rings in the future.
The ring is currently a size L and is suitable for resizing. If you require an alternative size, please contact our Chichester store.
This ring would make an exquisite dress ring, engagement ring, or a gift of love.
Read more about Laboratory-grown Diamonds in our blog "Understanding and Identifying Natural vs Synthetic Diamonds"