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Halo Yellow Sapphire and Diamond Two-Tone Gold Engagement Ring (Unmounted)

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This gorgeous two-tone halo design features 196 pavé-set round diamonds, at approximately 1.00 carat TW, and is accented with two round yellow sapphires, at approximately .07 carat TW. The stunning ring with a split shank is crafted from quality 14 karat white and yellow gold. The total gem weight is approximately 1.07 carats. This ring is made to hold a center stone at approximately 1.25 carats. Please contact a customer service representative for additional information or questions regarding your center stone selection

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Item Number: 41054152
$2,397(Price is for setting only)

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Item Details

Item Number 41054152
Design Shape Framed
Design Type Halo
Metal Finish Diamond Cut
Metal Type 14K Two-Tone
*Setting Type Pave
*Shank Type Comfort Fit
Stone Shape Round
Stone Type Diamond
*Total Carat Weight 1 ct. t.g.w.
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  • Gently scrub the diamond piece with a small soft toothbrush to loosen dirt and restore the diamond's brilliance. Be careful not to scratch the metal setting. Always rinse after cleaning.

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