1.23ct Round Salt And Pepper Diamond In 14k Yellow Gold Evergreen Solitaire
In the short time that we've shared this ring on social media, we've received several messages asking if the diamond is really as "blue" as it pictures. Yes! This is such a unique stone- it's deep silvery grey also appears blue in some lighting to the naked eye. This salt and pepper diamond is now set in our popular carved Evergreen solitaire and is ready for its new home.
1.23ct round, natural earth mined and conflict-free. We love the myriad of colors in this stone! Grey, silver, blue. This would be classified as a "salt and pepper" diamond, with black and grey inclusions visible to the naked eye. This diamond has lots of life and fire! Watch the video to see how it sparkles. Not opaque, it truly shines.
We've set the diamond in our signature Evergreen carved solitaire: a 4-prong setting with hand carved detail, cast in 100% recycled 14k yellow gold. The ring currently has a polished finish. We can give a matte, satin finish for you instead by request.
The textured, carved band of the ring measures about 1.9mm wide and is fully rounded for comfort.
If you would like to have the ring appraised, there is a $150 appraisal fee that you can add to cart here. We will take the ring downtown to be appraised by a third party GIA gemologist appraiser and provide details for your insurance purposes.
This ring will ship in an Anueva Jewelry reusable gift pouch. The package will be insured and require signature confirmation. Please be sure to use an address that will have someone available to sign during mail delivery times. If providing a business address, please include the business name.
International buyers, please message me for shipping rates prior to purchasing.
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