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Large Tiara Halo Engagement Ring
w/ Oval Moissanite and Diamond in Scalloped Band

$2,985

Breathtakingly stunning halo engagement ring features a 2.00-carat 9x7mm oval cut forever one moissanite center set in our Tiara Halo Diamond ring setting. To add extra sparkles to this already gorgeous ring, brilliant white diamonds are studded to a scalloped band. The total weight of the ring is 2.56 carats. This halo diamond moissanite engagement ring is perfect for brides looking for a unique non-traditional engagement ring. This oval engagement ring can be made in your choice of platinum or 14k or 18k yellow, rose, or white gold. A matching bridal ring set is available.

** The listing price is for one engagement ring only 

** The hand model's ring size is US ring size 6.25 

Jewelry Information

Center Stone:
* Forever One Moissanite by Charles and Colvard (Authenticity Card Included)
* 9x7mm Oval Shaped Brilliant Cut
* Colorless (D-E-F color), VVS Clarity, Sparkles like a Diamond
* Approx. 2.00 carats (diamond weight equivalent)

Side Stone:
* Conflict Free Natural White Diamonds
* Round Brilliant Cut
* G color, SI1 clarity
* Approx. Total Diamond Weight: 0.56 ct.tw

* Ring width: around 1.5 to 2.0mm
* Ring thickness: around 1.6mm
* Metal: solid 14k gold, 18k gold, or platinum
* Ring Size: US ring size from 3 to 12
* Made in NYC

SKU # R838E-OV-9X7-FO-SCAL
This ring is made-to-order. Please allow for a 4 Week lead time plus shipping. Please read the FAQ or Contact Us if you have any questions.
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