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Gracefully crafted solitaire moissanite engagement ring features a 1.50 carat 9x6mm pear cut forever one moissanite center in our best-seller Grace Solitaire Ring setting and is finished in the diamond scalloped band for a timelessly elegant look. The total weight of the entire ring is 1.70 carats. This pear moissanite ring can be crafted in your choice of platinum or 18k or 14k yellow, rose, or white gold. A matching bridal ring set is available. Express your love with this beautiful pear engagement ring!
** The listing price is for one engagement ring only
** The hand model's ring size is US ring size 6.5
Center Stone: * Forever One Moissanite by Charles and Colvard (Authenticity Card Included) * 9x6mm Pear Shaped Brilliant Cut * Colorless (DEF color), VVS Clarity, Sparkles like a Diamond * Approx. 1.50 carats (diamond weight equivalent)
Side Stone: * Conflict Free Natural White Diamonds * Round Brilliant Cut * G color, SI1 clarity * Approx. Total Diamond Weight: 0.20 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
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HOW TO FIND YOUR RING SIZE
The right ring size is important. For maximum accuracy, we recommend visiting a local jewelry store to have your finger measured by a professional. If you are in NYC area, feel free to contact us and our professional jeweler will gladly do it for you.
Your ring should fit comfortably. It should be loose enough to slide over your knuckle, but your ring shouldn’t turn around too easily once it’s on.
If you are planning a surprise proposal, we find that asking a family member (mother, sister) or friend usually works. Most people are thrilled to help with that kind of a surprise!
PRINTABLE RING SIZER (US RING SIZE)
In a bind? If you don’t have time to visit the jewelry store, you can use this printable ring sizer.
Prior to printing, please ensure that page scale is set to 100% on your print dialog box. Read and follow the instructions carefully. Keep in mind that the measurement from the printable ring sizer tool will only offer you an idea of an estimated ring size that is not completely accurate. We always recommend getting your measurement taken in person if at all possible.
INTERNATIONAL RING SIZE CONVERSION CHART
All our rings are created to standard US sizes. If you are ordering from outside of the US (or Canada), please use the international ring size conversion chart to convert your size. If you may need further assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us.
As most of our rings are made to order, we would love to start with the correct size. But we understand that if your proposal is a surprise that it’s tricky to get the correct size before you order.
We can resize most rings for a $50 fee.
However, there are some exceptions. Some designs and settings, like our eternity rings, are not resizable. Some rings can only be resized within a limited range. If certain rings are resized too much, diamonds on the ring shank/band may fall out easily in the future. With that in mind, please try to find the accurate ring size before placing an order.
Due to the insurance policy, we only offer resizing services to rings made by La More Design.
TIPS TO GET IT RIGHT
We recommending measuring your ring size multiple times to ensure an accurate reading. Our finger sizes tend to fluctuate, based on the time of day or the season. Avoid measuring your ring size when your finger might be swollen (in extreme temps, after a hot shower, after exercising, or right when woken up) or when it might be contracted (after swimming or washing dishes, or coming in from the cold).
Know Your Stone
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