This is superrr sexy classic 3 stone ring, with a big delicious marquise center, and pear side stones to balance out that yummy center. 3.2 carats for your center, and the sides total another .42 carats.
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One 15x7mm (3.2 carat) marquise cut ZAYA Moissanite by J Hollywood Designs. E-F color, VS1 clarity. Includes gem cert/limited lifetime warranty.
Two 5x3mm pear ZAYA Moissanite, E-F color, VS1 clarity.
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Available in sizes 4-10, including half and quarter sizes. All other sizes are available for an additional $50.
We highly recommend getting sized by a jeweler prior to making your purchase.
Orders take approximately 5-6 weeks, if stones are in stock, closer to 8 if we need to order them.
Will arrive in a beautiful jeweler's ring box.
Payment plans are an option if you'd like to do so. (Fabrication will begin once final payment is received.)
With this purchase, you are in agreement with our policies regarding custom orders.
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Want a smaller center? Bigger? Another shape stone? We can do that - drop us a message and we'll design your dream engagement, and it won't cost you $30,000. Or even $10,000. Cuz seriously, is that really necessary?
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J Hollywood Designs is breaking boundaries - we are working directly with the manufacturer to source you a line of gorgeous colorless specialty cut moissanite.
Some of the delicious cuts we are offering - elongated cushions and emeralds, Old European cut rounds, Old Mine cut cushions, elongated pillow cuts, beautiful asschers, princess cuts, trapezoids.
ZAYA moissanite is made from silicon carbide, or SiC. #GemNerd They are harder than sapphires or rubies, at 9.25 on the Mohs hardness scale, second only to diamond. Moissanite is a gem unto itself, it is not a fake diamond or a coated stone, and with beauty of them and the fab price, how could you resist? (You can't, trust me.) Add in the fact that it's conflict-free and thousands less than a diamond, well, it really seems like a no-brainer.