Lab Grown diamonds have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties as Earth-mined diamonds. Both are durable and beautiful, with the same sparkling light performance. They only differ in the formation process!

SKU: MTO LG-17536 12616

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This gorgeous vintage inspired ring is beautifully designed to capture the glamour and romantic style of the Art Deco era. It provides the perfect backdrop for the 3 carat certified lab grown round brilliant cut diamond center stone! With its impressive size and elegant vintage style touches, it’s an excellent choice for an enduring engagement ring.

The 3.01ct lab grown diamond center is certified by GIA, the world’s premiere gemological authority. Under GIA’s rigorous standards, the diamond is graded VS1 for clarity. The diamond is impeccably clean, even under 10x magnification. Graded F for color, it faces up bright white and colorless. The diamond received Excellent grades in all three finishing categories: Polish, Symmetry, and Cut. The impeccable finishing, ideal proportions, and magnificent cut create an absolutely magnificent, mesmerizing play of light! Its sparkle is dazzlingly bright and lively with stunning and vividly colorful flashes of fire! Bright white and vibrant, the lab grown diamond accents are graded E-F for color and VS for clarity. The setting is made of solid 14k white gold.

Eye-catching and classically fashionable, this diamond ring beautifully captures the class and glamour of vintage design! This certified lab grown diamond ring is a perfect choice for an engagement or right hand ring!

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Our made to order items require 3-7 business days* handling time for 14k and 3 days additional if you have upgraded to platinum.

*Please allow additional handling time if you have selected added services such as resizing, engraving, or appraisal.

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