Pompadour ring in 18 karat gold with oval central stone.
This pompadour style ring is characterized by an oval central stone surrounded by 12 small claw-set diamonds, which highlight the color of the main stone, which can be either a sapphire or a tanzanite in this case.
This type of ring is a classic of jewelry, which refers to the Marquise de Pompadour who was the mistress of the King of France Louis XV in the 18th century.
It has a main gemstone of 7 millimeters in length by 5 millimeters in width and weighing approximately 0.6 carat, which may be a sapphire or a tanzanite. The latter is surrounded by 12 small brilliant-cut white diamonds 1.8 millimeters in diameter and totaling a total diamond weight of 0.25 carats. The latter are of G color and VS2 purity.
The ring basket is a little over 10 millimeters wide at the level of the main stone, while the ring body is only 1 millimeter wide at this level and 3 millimeters wide at the bottom, for a weight of 18 karat gold of 3.3 grams in size 6.5. Note that the gold weight of your ring may vary slightly depending on your finger size.
When ordering your ring, you can choose the color of 18 carat gold via the drop-down side menu, your choice: white gold, yellow gold or pink gold.
Who is this ring for?
This ring is made for a woman looking for a classic style ring, colorful, but relatively small, due to the reasonable size of the main stone.
UPS shipping costs are available when you order, delivery times of 3/6 days after shipping your package.
Our jewelery 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, 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 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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