NEW 2.36ctw Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring - 14k White Gold Halo GIA
Propose to the love of your life with her dream engagement ring! Fashioned in 14k white gold, this NEW piece showcases a radiant GIA-graded cushion cut diamond solitaire that is surrounded by a sparkling diamond halo and further accented by even more luminous diamonds which cascade down the ring’s split shoulders.
This ring is a size 7, but it can be re-sized up 3 sizes for a $30 fee per size or down 1 size for a $50 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee the work but we are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Please contact for additional sizing options.
Metal Content: Guaranteed 14k Gold as stamped
Clarity: I1 (solitaire); SI1 - SI2 (accents)
Color: F (solitaire); G - H (accents)
Cuts: Cushion (solitaire) & Round (accents)
Solitaire’s Carat: 1.61ct
Accents’ Carats: 0.75ctw
Total Carats: 2.36ctw
Solitaire’s GIA Report Number: 2191123821
Face Height (north to south): 7/16" (11.0mm)
Rise Above Finger: 5/16" (7.2mm)
Weight: 4.5 Grams
Stamps: 14k, PWJ
Condition: New without Tags
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