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Tiara Halo Pear Ring Bridal Set
w/ Moissanite and Scalloped Diamond Wedding Band

$2,633

Stunningly gorgeous moissanite bridal ring set of a pear cut moissanite engagement ring in rose gold tiara halo diamond ring setting pairs beautifully with a scalloped matching diamond wedding band for a distinctive look. This moissanite diamond ring set can be made in your choice of platinum or 18k or 14k yellow, rose or white gold.

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

Jewelry Information

Engagement Ring:

Center Stone:
* Forever One Moissanite by Charles and Colvard (Authenticity Card Included)
* 8x5mm Pear Shaped Brilliant Cut
* Colorless (D-E-F color), VVS Clarity, Sparkles like a Diamond
* Approx. 0.95 carat (diamond weight equivalent)

Side Stone:
* Conflict Free Natural White Diamonds
* Round Brilliant Cut
* G color, SI1 clarity
* Approx. Total Diamond Weight: 0.32 ct.tw

* Ring width: around 1.2 to 1.9mm
* 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

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Matching Wedding Band:

* Conflict Free Natural White Diamonds
* Round Brilliant Cut
* G color, SI1 clarity
* Approx. total diamond weight of 0.28 ct.tw

* Ring width: around 1.5-2.0mm
* 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 # R835EW-598-8X5-PS-FO
This ring is made-to-order. Please allow for a 4 to 5 Week lead time plus shipping. Please read the FAQ or Contact Us if you have any questions.
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