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1.50CT Round Cut 6 Prong Solitaire Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring  R117LG
1.50CT Round Cut 6 Prong Solitaire Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring  R117LG

1.50CT Round Cut 6 Prong Solitaire Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring R117LG

Regular price $2,200.00


Round cut center diamond is set in a classic Tiffany & Co. inspired 6 prong knife edge setting and cast in the metal of your choice. The center stone can be modified or replaced with a natural diamond center as well.
This is a custom made to order item and can be modified to fit your needs. Please contact us for special customization

Gem: Lab Grown Diamond
Shape: Round
Carat Weight: 1.50ct
Style #: R117 LG
Beautiful solitaire design available with different modern matching bands

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