1.10ct Blue Solitaire Round Diamond Pendant in 18k White Gold

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1.10ct Blue Solitaire Round Diamond Pendant in 18k White Gold

This solitaire diamond pendant is set with a .70ct blue diamond and .40ct's of surrounding white diamonds.

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$1,580.00 USD
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$1,580.00 USD
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Basic Information

Stock number: 1531
Metal Type: 18k White gold
Age: New
Width: 8mm
Length: 16mm Including the Bail
Appraisal Value: $3,195
Setting type: Prong & Pave

Diamond Information

Diamond Carat: 1.10ct Total, .70ct Solitaire
Diamond Clarity: VS-2
Diamond Color: Blue, E-F
Diamond Cut: Very Good
Diamond Shape: Round

Product Details

Sparkling diamonds are placed in this new ladies pendant. It's set in 18k white gold with a .70ct blue solitaire round diamond and .40cts of surrounding white diamonds. The surrounding diamonds circle the solitaire, are set on its bail, and are placed on the sides of the pendant. The diamonds in the pendant are 100% natural, and the blue diamond is a natural diamond that was color enhanced to achieve its blue color. We offer a risk free 30 - day return policy with this magnificent item. It's detailed in our return policy page which can be accessed by clicking the link at the bottom of the page. Accompanying it is a sealed appraisal from Front Jewelers reflecting its value of $3,195. Please feel free to ask any questions by emailing us at Info@Frontjewelers.net or by giving us a call Monday through Friday 10am - 5pm eastern time.

Setting Information

Pave Setting

Multiple diamonds are set close together and are kept secure by gem spurs and beads. These beads are made of precious metal.

Prong Setting

A piece of precious metal known as a prong folds over an edge of the diamond. Multiple prongs are used to secure the stone, most commonly four prongs.

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