Naava 18ct Gold Solitaire Engagement Ring, IJ/I Certified Diamond, Round Brilliant
|Price:||£432.00 - £3,669.00|
- Diamonds are April's precious birthstone
- Very Good cut displays exceptional brilliance and a stunning sparkle
- Hallmarked by the London Assay Office
- Elegantly crafted in white gold for a lustrous silver grey tone and rich shine
- Elegantly crafted in highest quality 18ct white gold for luxurious shine and feel
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This product is highly polished gold eternity ring made with diamond stone setting elegantly crafted in high quality 18 ct white gold for a lustrous silver grey tone and rich shine. All possess beauty, rarity and durability. Adaptable enough to be worn every day or just for a special occasion, they are an 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
History of Craftsmanship
Established in 1950, NAAVA is a family business, now led by the third generation of diamond master crafters. We continue to create jewellery pieces that are distinctively rooted in tradition, with craftsmanship and excellence.
- NAAVA produces only the finest certified diamond jewellery, hand-finished in the UK and thoroughly examined to ensure that all pieces meet our high quality standards.
- NAAVA is a collection of delicately crafted fine diamond jewellery. Beauty, the essence of NAAVA, defines our creations and values. We believe diamonds make any occasion truly special. At NAAVA, three generations' experience come together to create diamond jewellery that will be cherished by your loved ones for years to come.
- Our collections are characterised by the finest materials:
- Diamonds: The quality of our diamonds is assured by a certificate of authenticity. Our finest collections are GIA (Gemmological Institute of America) and EGL (European Gemmological Institute) certified.
- Metals: NAAVA's creations are elegantly crafted in the highest quality platinum, yellow, white and rose gold.
Celebrate love with NAAVA’s Diamond Ring Collections
NAAVA’s solitaire, eternity and cocktail diamond rings are elegantly crafted in platinum, yellow and white gold. Looking for an engagement ring to propose to a loved one, an eternity ring to symbolise your eternal love for each other and show your commitment, or would like to indulge and invest in a fashionable diamond ring, Naava has the perfect pieces to match any occasion. The NAAVA collection also contains high-end diamond ranges certified by the prestigious GIA and EGL institutions.
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The World of NAAVA
NAAVA diamonds are part of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS). This process was established in 2003 to prevent the commercialisation of ‘conflict’ diamonds, more commonly termed ‘blood’ diamonds.
All NAAVA diamonds are sourced from ethically responsible mines – ensuring that all our jewellery can be traced back to its reliable source.
At NAAVA’s headquarters, our inspectors thoroughly examine every part of the jewellery creation process to ensure there are no defects in the product. The process includes checking the stamping process, loose stones, smoothing, polishing and plating. Each item is packed with care, includes a certificate of authenticity, and is gift-boxed, ready to be presented to a loved one.
NAAVA collections are tested to confirm the platinum and gold is genuine and are hallmarked according to the UK law to ensure the customer receives the highest standards of quality.
Hallmarked by the Sheffield Assay Office, the authentication stamp can be seen on the individual item.
A certificate of authenticity is included with each item purchased, which is validated by a qualified gemmologist.
Our luxury collections use GIA or EGL certified diamonds. GIA is one of the world’s most prestigious diamond grading authority, providing a unique certificate for each individual diamond. EGL validates a diamond’s attributes and uniqueness, and entails a laser inscription directly on the diamond girdle with the certificate number.
The 4cs of Diamonds
Diamonds and gemstones are weighed in carats and points. One carat, 100 points, equals to 0.2 grams, approximately the average weight of a raindrop.
A diamond cutter will often remove the smallest amount of rough diamond possible, whilst maintaining a quality finish, in order to maximise carat weight.
Diamond colour is determined by how colourless the stones are. Experts compare diamonds to ‘master’ diamonds, falling within a white, colourless or a light yellow shade. The diamond is then colour-graded to a precise value, ranging from D – Z, with D being the most colourless and as a result most valuable stone.
Diamond cut describes the reflective qualities of a diamond and is the greatest influence on a diamond's sparkle. It is determined by how well the diamond was cut; a good cuts’ angles and finish will establish its ability to handle light, leading to brilliance. If a stone is cut too shallow, light leaks out of the bottom, if it is cut too deep light escapes out of the side.
The cut is graded in five levels: Ideal, Excellent, Very Good, Good and Fair/Poor.
Diamond clarity is determined by the inclusions and blemishes. Gemmologists observe 5 clarity categories within a diamond, with imperfections determining the clarity grade a stone will fall into:
FL or IF - Flawless
VVS - Very Very Slightly Included
VS - Very Slightly Included
SI - Slightly Included
I - Included
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Top customer reviews
It turns out the Diamond on the ring is cracked. Which can only happen after a long period of time and if it was not an original. Had 3 different jewellers say the same thing about the diamond. Also to be told the ring was 2nd hand and not worth £40 did not go down well. Our hearts sunk. For Amazon to allow cheap tacky 2nd hand jewellery to be sold as new is an insult and a con. Should not be allowed.
Have tried to send the ring back for a refund but have had no luck. As the courier thats ment to collect the ring still has not turned up after 7 days, even thou someone has constantly being in waiting. Trying to contact Amazon has been nothing but a nightmare. Its now close to the expiry date for return and I now fear I will lose my money unless I take legal action against Amazon and the supplier of the ring. Seems like Amazon fall on death ears when it comes to unhappy customers.
My advice to anyone thinking of buying Jeweller from Amazon is, DON'T DO IT. You will be conned and not see your money again.
After this experience, and a very bad one it is to. The upset it has caused my girlfriend. I will never shop or buy anything from Amazon again. I will also tell as many people as I can not to shop using Amazon.
Just hope no one else suffers the way we have.
Most recent customer reviews
it does look stunning though