Pink Sapphire and Pave Engagement Setting with a -1 ct.
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R2911p
Pink Sapphire and Pave Engagement Setting in 18K White Gold with a -1 ct. Cut Diamond

Pink Sapphire and Pave Engagement Setting in 18K White Gold

with a

-1 ct. Cut Diamond

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Price: $1,289
Bank Wire Price: $1,270

This ring requires special attention.
Please call 1-877-627-5094 for further help.

This ring requires special attention.
Please call 1-877-627-5094 for further help.

Order now for shipment as early as Thursday, December 15.
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This ring is hand-made in our Los Angeles manufacturing facility and currently estimated to ship on Thursday, December 15. Should you need this item before the estimated ship date, please contact our customer support staff at 1-877-627-5094 1-877-627-5094.

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  • Estimated Ship Date:
  • Thursday, December 15, 2016
  • Shipping Method:
  • FedEx Priority Overnight
  • Comes Packaged In:
  • Lacquered wooden box
  • 30-Day Return Policy: Adiamor believes in complete customer satisfaction. We gladly refund, replace or exchange any unworn item received back in our facility within 30 days.
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Engagement Ring Details

This split shank engagement setting features four prong-set round pink sapphires measuring 3.2mm each and twenty-eight pave-set diamonds totaling 0.45ct. This setting is available in 14, 18k and platinum.

The center diamond is a -1 carat shape, color, clarity diamond accompanied by a grading report.
  • Setting Detail

  • Item Number:
  • R2911p
  • Available Metal(s):
  • Metal(s):
  • 14K, 18K, Platinum 950
  • Ring Sizes Available:
  • Ring Size:
  • 4.00 to 8.50
  •  
  • Please call for additional sizes.
  • Finish Type
  • High Polish
  • Width:
  • 2.5-5 mm
  • Prong Setting:
  • 4 or 6 Prong
  • Can be set with:
  • Set with:
  • All shapes and sizes.
  • Diamond Detail

  • Side Diamond Detail

  • Number & Type of Stones:
  • 28 Round
  • Total Carat Weight :

    Carat

    A unit of weight for a diamond, equivalent to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 gram.
  • Carat Weight :

    Carat

    A unit of weight for a diamond, equivalent to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 gram.
  • 0.45
  • Average Clarity :

    Clarity

    A grade given to a diamond to describe how many inclusions are within the diamond. The clarity scale ranges from FL (flawless), meaning a diamond has no internal or external flaws, to I3 (severely included), meaning a diamond has many flaws clearly visible to the naked eye.
  • Clarity :

    Clarity

    A grade given to a diamond to describe how many inclusions are within the diamond. The clarity scale ranges from FL (flawless), meaning a diamond has no internal or external flaws, to I3 (severely included), meaning a diamond has many flaws clearly visible to the naked eye.
  • VS1-VS2
  • Average Color :

    Color

    A grade given to a diamond to describe the color tones of the stone. The color scale ranges from D, meaning completely colorless, to Z, fancy yellow. As the scale moves from D to Z, it indicates increasing levels of yellow and brown tone.
  • Color :

    Color

    A grade given to a diamond to describe the color tones of the stone. The color scale ranges from D, meaning completely colorless, to Z, fancy yellow. As the scale moves from D to Z, it indicates increasing levels of yellow and brown tone.
  • G-H
  • Setting Style(s):
  • Pave
  • Gemstone Detail

  • Number of Sapphire:
  • 4
  • Minimum Color:
  • Color:
  • Pink
  • Grade:
  • Eye Clean
  • Measurements:
  • 3.1mm
  • Setting Type:
  • Prong
  • Center Diamond Detail

  • Item Number:
  • D--1
  • Shape and Cutting Style:
  • Shape:
  • Measurements:
  • -1x-1x-1
  • Total Carat Weight :

    Carat

    A unit of weight for a diamond, equivalent to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 gram.
  • Carat Weight :

    Carat

    A unit of weight for a diamond, equivalent to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 gram.
  • -1
  • Color :

    Color

    A grade given to a diamond to describe the color tones of the stone. The color scale ranges from D, meaning completely colorless, to Z, fancy yellow. As the scale moves from D to Z, it indicates increasing levels of yellow and brown tone.
  • Clarity :

    Clarity

    A grade given to a diamond to describe how many inclusions are within the diamond. The clarity scale ranges from FL (flawless), meaning a diamond has no internal or external flaws, to I3 (severely included), meaning a diamond has many flaws clearly visible to the naked eye.
  • Cut :

    Cut Grade

    Generally, cut refers to both the shape of a stone (round, marquise, princess cut, oval, etc.) and the proportions and finish of a diamond also known as \"make\". The make of a stone is the most important factor in determining how much sparkle comes from a diamond.
  • Polish :

    Polish

    A grade given to the external finish of a stone. The polish scale ranges from poor to excellent.
  • Symmetry :

    Symmetry

    The overall uniformity of the cut of a diamond. Graded from poor to excellent, it is based on the diamond's proportions and the relation of one facet to another. Poor symmetry will hurt the sparkle of a diamond.
  • Fluorescence :

    Fluorescence

    A glow, usually of a bluish color, which emanates from certain diamonds when exposed to ultraviolet light. Faint fluorescence usually does not affect the appearance of a diamond. Strong, very strong and sometimes medium blue fluorescence may slightly improve the color appearance of diamonds rated \"H\" in color or below (I,J,K etc).
  • Depth :

    Depth

    The height of a diamond (measured from the : to the table) divided by the width of the diamond. The depth % is critical to creating brilliance and fire in a diamond; a depth % that is too low or too high will cause a diamond to lack sparkle.
  • -1%
  • Table :

    Table

    The largest facet on a diamond, located on the top of the diamond facing out from the setting. The Table % is the width of the table divided by the total diameter of the diamond. The table % is critical to creating sparkle in a diamond; a table % that is too low or too high will cause a diamond to lack sparkle.
  • -1%
  • Girdle :

    Girdle

    The outermost edge of a diamond, it can be unpolished, polished, or faceted. Usually where the diamond is held in a setting.
  • Culet:
  • Certified By:
  • Certificate: