Thin ring with diamond
Thin ring with a solitaire diamond in 18-karats gold.
For brides looking for an original wedding ring showing a thin design set with a solitaire diamond, this ring is the perfect fit.
This ring shows a thin airy shank composed of two wires that are enterlaced on the flanks of the ring and join to the diamond setting on the top.
The main stone is a round solitaire diamond 3 millimeters large with a weight of 0,11 carat and is color H and purity SI2. It is set with 4 prongs. You can clearly see on the picture of the ring the quality of the main stone and the brightness of the white diamond that is even shinier in reality than in the pictures.
One big advantage of this thin ring structure is that the diamonds appear bigger than what it is, because of the size contrast with the thin gold wire of the shank.
The ring body is 4,5 millimeters large at its maximum width (seen from top to bottom) and is 1,5-millimeter large on the bottom for a weight of 1,6 grams of 18k gold in size US6. Be aware that the weight of your ring can slightly vary depending on your ring size.
When ordering your ring, you can choose the color of 18 karats gold via the drop-down side menu, your choice: yellow gold, white, or rose gold.
Who is this ring for?
This ring will fascinate a woman looking for a thin and light solitaire diamond ring showing an original design. She likes thin jewelry and precious stones.
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 artisanal jewelry workshop does not mass produce, neither have any stock, so your ring will be manufactured in our own workshop after receiving your order.
Please take into account a manufacturing lead time of 6 weeks for the manufacture of the latter in our workshop before shipping your package.
We master every step of the making process of your jewelry, from CAD modeling, 3D printing, lost wax casting, precious metal handiwork, to the setting of gemstones and diamonds, which allows us to guarantee the quality of our jewelry.
How to choose your ring
If you already know your ring size, fine!
In order to avoid any mistake, we recommend that you measure your finger size using this online video tutorial showing you how to easily measure your finger size.
You can also check out this infographic on how to choose your engagement ring.
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