14kt yellow gold diamond wedding set "Forever One" Moissanite CT7238
14kt yellow gold diamond celtic trinity knot wedding ring, engagement set with a "Forever One" Moissanite center stone CT7238S
The center stone is 1.0 ct Charles & Colvard Forever One Moissanite
This ring would make excellent engagement ring or a very special present for your loved one.
This setting is available in white gold, yellow gold, rose gold or platinum.
All our jewelry can be ordered in diamonds and gem stones.
This 14kt yellow gold celtic trinity knot engagement ring comes in a beautiful jewelry box.
All sizes are available.
Please mention the ring size in the message box, while checking out.
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First Item: $ 30.00
Additional Items: $ 0.00
First Item: $ 0.00
Additional Items: $ 0.00
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It takes approximately 10 business days to make the ring.After that we will ship it to you.
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So please find out about your country's import / export fees that may or may not apply to your order.
Refunds and Exchanges
100% money back guarantee within 7 days of receiving the ring - shipping is not included.
Our 7-day money back guarantee gives you time to make sure your purchase is perfect. If you need to return it for any reason, we'll happily provide you with an exchange or full refund.
If for any reason you are not satisfied you can return any item, without custom engraving and in its original condition, within 7 days of receiving the ring for a refund or an exchange. It's that simple.
On custom orders we have 30% restocking fee.
Additional Policies and FAQs
White Sapphire is the Master of Gemstones. It is second to none but to Diamond and it is the closest to it int hardness, while Diamond hardness is 10 degrees on the MOH scale, Sapphire hardness is 9 degrees. Sapphires are available in many colors but Blue is the majority. The coloring is caused by coloring oxides inside the crystals. Rarely, when there are no coloring oxides present the stones becomes colorless and we have White Sapphires. The good color good clarity good cut White Sapphire looks very much like Diamond. When mounted on a ring for example, only and experienced eye will tell it apart from a Diamond because its sparkle is subtle, not like Zircon and synthetic stones.
Rare VVS/IF Real White Sapphire Round Cut Solitaire 6 mm Pair No Reserve
Stone Shape & Cutting Style: Round Brilliant
Approximate size: 6.0 x 3.0 mm
IMPORTANT NOTICE: White Sapphires are so rare to the extent that so many jewelers didn't have the chance to see them in their lifetime. Even most Gemologists didn't have this chance. Therefore it can easily be mistaken for Diamonds, White Topaz, even Zircon. These stones have been treated by the HTHP (High temperature high pressure) method which was originally used to treat Diamonds. This treatment expels impurities and gasses from inside the crystals thus dramatically improving its clarity and color. This process is applied to the rough uncut crystal and doesn't affect any of the stones other properties. However, it causes the crystals to fuse internally which would confuse some inexperienced people who would examine them and would lead them to wrong conclusions. Therefore I have to point out that the only and the best way to properly identify White Sapphires is to use the device called Presidium Duo-tester. It tests the thermal and optical characteristics of the Gemstones beyond any doubt.
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