One-of-a-Kind #185 || 18k palladium white gold Onefooter Ring with Canadian diamond set in 18k yellow gold, Size 8
One-of-a-Kind #185 ||
The Canadian diamond code of conduct was such a cool thing to come on the market. I really feel good about working with these certified stones. Equally, the material for the ring – palladium white gold – is a material I can feel good about: no nickel, and no need for rhodium plating. The purity of palladium is alloyed to the purity of gold to make this platinum-looking clean metal. This diamond is set in 18k yellow gold, so that the wearer can mix and match what they want to wear with it. The diamond weighs 0.23ct and has ‘I’ colour and SI2 purity. It comes with an ArcticMark certificate (AM cert #2625)
Please note: it was time for a reality check. The prices for my rings with diamonds will increase as of January 1, 2018 – including this one.
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