Green Amethyst Engagement Ring
Green amethyst engagement ring in 18-karats gold.
This unique engagement ring design shows a large natural green amethyst stone that is 11 millimeters long and 9 millimeters wide with a weight of 1,75 carat or more. This is a large green amethyst stone that is very visible on your finger.
Important point: what is commercially called Green Amethyst is a natural Prasiolite stone as Green Amethyst does not exist, the Amethyst word meaning Purple. Check our guide about Amethyst gemstone for more information.
The stone setting is quite large and made of 4 prongs and 2 lateral arms set with 3 small white diamonds on each one of them. The shank of the ring is 3 millimeters large under the amethyst stone and shows the black gold hue.
This ring is 11 millimeters wide on the top and 1,8-millimeter wide at the bottom with an 18-karats gold weight of 3 grams in size US 8. Please, be aware that the gold weight of your ring can slightly vary depending on your finger size.
When ordering your ring, you can choose the color of 18 karat gold via the drop-down side menu, your choice: white gold, yellow gold, or rose gold.
Who is this ring for?
This engagement ring is made for a woman fascinated by the green hue of Prasilite also known as green amethyst stones and who wants an original and unique design that magnifies this natural stone.
Free UPS shipping fees to the US. Delivery lead time is 3/6 days after shipping. We ship your jewelry after making it in our workshop.
Our jewelry workshop is not manufactured in series or stock, your ring will be manufactured in our own workshop following your order.
Please take into account a period of 6 weeks for the manufacture of the latter in our workshop before shipping your package.
We master every step of the way, from CAD modeling, 3D printing, lost wax casting, and precious metal ankle work, to the setting of fine stones and diamonds. guarantee the quality of our jewelry.
You can also choose to customize your ring, for that you just have to contact us via our online form.
How to choose your ring
If you already know which finger to wear your ring on, in order not to make a mistake in choosing your ring size, we recommend that you measure your finger size using this online video tutorial showing you how easily measure your finger size.
You can also check out this infographic on how to choose your engagement ring.
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