DKA61: 14k White Gold Set
The official estimated retail replacement value for this ring is $ 4,275.00 The wedding set will include this appraisal. Lady's 14 k white gold wedding set. The engagement ring is an oval shaped halo style ring with sixteen 0.01 ct H-I color SI-VS clarity round brilliant cut diamonds in the halo. On each side of the halo there is a tapered baguette diamond 0.18 ct each. The ring has an approximate total weight of 0.52 ct. The replacement valued of the semi-mount ring is $3,400. The center stone is a 7 mm X 5 mm val moissanite. The center stone is valued at $650. The band is 2 mm wide half round style ring. The ring is valued at $225.00. Moissanite (/ˈmɔɪsənaɪt/) is naturally occurring silicon carbide and its various crystalline polymorphs. It has the chemical formula SiC and is a rare mineral, discovered by the French chemist Henri Moissan in 1893. Diamonds vs Moissanite: Although a center stone is typically a diamond, there are other options that can make an engagement ring more affordable and just as beautiful. One of the best options is moissanite. Moissanite, originally discovered in 1893 in a meteor crater, is a very rare and scarce mineral. Moissanite scores 9.25 on the Mohs Scale of Hardness. ... Sparkle wise, moissanite has an even higher refractive index than diamonds, so it's even more sparkling than a diamond. But it has more of a rainbow sparkle, whereas diamonds has both white and rainbow. Moissanite can also resist heat just as well as diamonds. The set will come in the original jeweler's box. I sell vintage, antique and pre owned items with a history; Oftentimes items may show wear from a former life. I always try to note any serious condition issues. Please contact me if you have additional questions regarding the condition of the item. Contact me for additional photos. If you are seeking a collectible which looks brand new please reconsider purchasing. Our items are as described, but descriptions are subjective, after all.
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