Naava 9ct Yellow Gold Emerald And Diamond Bow Ring
|Price:||£131.00 - £133.00|
- The quality of our diamonds, including the size and clarity, are a guaranteed minimum
- Diamonds are April's precious birthstone
- Good cut reflects most of the light that enters it for a quality sparkle
- Hallmarked by the London Assay Office
- Created from yellow gold for a warm and classic tone
|Metal Stamp||9 ct (375)|
|Stone Shape||Round Brilliant|
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This product is highly polished gold ring made with emerald and diamond bow design elegantly crafted in high quality 9 ct yellow gold for a warm and classic tone. All possess beauty, rarity and durability. Adaptable enough to be worn every day or just for a special occasion, they are a enhanced way to add a shot of modern colour to neutral or classic looks. Every piece is presented in one of the beautiful gift boxes, keeping your jewellery sparkling and ready to wear.
From the Manufacturer
At our headquarters, our inspectors thoroughly examine every part of the jewellery creation process to ensure there are no defects in our product. This includes checking the stamping process, loose stones, smoothing, polishing and plating.
Each of our jewellery creations at Naava is beautifully gift boxed, ready to be presented to your loved ones on that special occasion.
Our diamonds are part of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS). This process was established in 2003 to prevent the sale of "conflict diamonds". It ensures that diamond purchases are not financing violence or undermining legitimate governments, making our diamonds reliable from source to sale.
Metals: 9 ct Gold
9 ct gold contains 37.5 per cent of pure gold - The remainder of the metals is made up of a combination of alloys which are different metals that can help to give the metal its unique appearance, such as white, rose or yellow gold.
A diamond’s cut is a description of its physical shape. Many different shapes can be produced by skilled diamond cutters and the shape that is chosen often depends on the inherent qualities of each individual diamond. A description of a diamond’s cut can also detail the quality of any particular cut, based on the amount of light it refracts.
There are five categories a gemmologist observes in a diamond under a 10x magnification scope. These imperfections will determine what clarity grade the stone will fall into: No imperfections at all – FI or IF, minute imperfections – VVS, minor imperfections – VS, noticeable imperfections – SI, or obvious imperfections – I.
Experts determine the colour of each diamond by comparing it to authenticated master diamonds with the majority of diamonds falling within a white, colourless , a near colourless or a light yellow shade. It is then colour graded to a precise number ranging from D to Z.
A diamond's weight is given in carats and points. There are 100 points per carat so 0.33 carats is usually expressed as 33 points, or 1/3 of a carat. A diamond cutter will often remove the smallest amount of rough diamond possible whilst maintaining a quality finish in order to maximise carat weight.
Top Customer Reviews
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely stunning ring. Really dainty and comfortable to wear. Looks miles better in reality than in the picture. The emeralds are a much richer green than shown. So pretty. Read morePublished 11 months ago by TM
Lovely ring, my wife was very satisfied with it! And trust me, it takes some doing buying something for my wife she is happy with, very fussy lol :)Published 15 months ago by Rick
I had this ring for Christmas and i love it , it is the same as the one sold in Argos but half the pricePublished 17 months ago by duck
Bought this for my daughter and she loved it. I think it is a very nice ring, good quality and at a good price.Published on 5 Feb. 2014 by Todorov