3.25ct Black Cushion Cut Diamond Split Shank Engagement Ring 18k White Gold

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3.25ct Black Cushion Cut Diamond Split Shank Engagement Ring 18k White Gold

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$2,195.00 USD
$2,195.00 USD
This Product Ships 5-7 Business Days After Purchase via the Shipping Method Chosen at Checkout. Please Contact Us if a Rush Order is needed.

Included with your purchase:

Basic Information

Stock number: 12150
Metal Type: 18k White Gold
Metal Weight: 5 Grams
Width: 10.5mm at its Largest Point
Appraisal Value: $4,795
Setting type: Pave & Prong

Diamond Information

Diamond Carat: 3.25ct Total, 2.50ct Solitaire, .75ct Surrounding
Diamond Clarity: AAA Solitaire, SI-1 - SI-2 Surrounding
Diamond Color: Black Solitaire, F-G Surrounding
Diamond Cut: Excellent Solitaire, Excellent Surrounding
Diamond Shape: Cushion Cut Solitaire, Round Surrounding

Product Details

An excellent cut 2.50ct cushion cut black diamond is placed atop this 3.25ct total weight ring. Surrounding the solitaire are round diamonds on its halo and split shank. The ring is crafted in 18k white gold and has a width of 10.5mm along the finger at its largest point.. Accompanying the ring is a full independent gemological laboratory UGL diamond certificate as well as a separate Front Jewelers store appraisal. Both state its characteristics and reflect its appraisal value of $4,795. Please feel free to ask any questions by email at Info@Frontjewelers.net or by phone Monday through Friday 10am - 5pm EST.

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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