Allura 1.5 CT Oval-Cut Diamond Three Stone Engagement Ring in 18k White Gold
About this item
- IGI appraisal value $6,220
- 18K White Gold
- 1.5 ct. t.w. diamonds
- 3 oval-cut diamonds
- 3-stone design
- 0.86 ct. center diamond and 2x0.315 ct. side diamonds
- Center diamond size: 7.34x5.52mm
- Side diamonds size: 5.4x3.9mm
- Center diamond color: H-I Side diamonds color: G-H
- Center diamond clarity: SI2-I1. Side diamonds clarity: SI1-SI2
- Stone setting: Prong-set
- Allura collection item
- IGI (International Gemological Institute) certified
- High polish finish
- Shipped in jewelry gift box with IGI certificate
A stunning choice for an engagement ring, this three-stone diamond ring is a symbol of your love that she will be proud to wear every day. Designed in 18-karat white gold, this ring features an oval-cut diamond at its center with matching diamonds on each side. If you're looking for a classy, stunning engagement ring to bring a smile to your loved one’s face, you have found it here.
How are diamonds created?
Diamonds are formed deep beneath the earth surface, created under intense pressure and brought to the surface by hot volcanic activity.
What does this ring symbolize?
This engagement ring symbolizes the union of marriage and the wonderful journey a couple will embark on together for the rest of their lives. It brings forth the precious relationship of marriage in a beautiful way. Express love, respect and sincerity with this three-stone engagement ring.
What do diamonds symbolize?
Diamonds have been admired as objects of desire since ancient times and have been adorned by women and men for centuries for many reasons. Believed by Ancient Romans & Greeks to be the tears of gods or pieces of falling stars, diamonds are also said to have influence beyond love. Diamonds are said to bring the wearer great strength, protection, and clarity. Worn as protection in battle, diamonds have been embellished throughout histories & cultures.
What is the history of diamonds?
Diamonds have always been a sign of wealth, worn by elite classes and wealthy rulers—but in addition to being displayed as adornment and good luck charms, diamonds were also used as carving tools and even digested as medicine. The first diamonds were found in India and traded along the Silk Road, but as the supply dwindled in South Asia, other countries, including Brazil and South America, became the new suppliers. Today, production has increased to about 100 million carats per year across the globe.
What inspired this design?
Inspired by Meghan Markle's three stone ring that depicts the past, present and future of a couple's life, this ring celebrates the beautiful union of marriage. Surprise her with this precious ring and make her yours forever.
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