Article code : CL-GR-R6-0200S
This jewel is handmade by our goldsmiths in our Antwerp workshop. We produce locally to guarantee fast deliveries without compromising quality. To ensure the best result, we work with the highest quality materials and artisanal production processes. All our efforts will be reflected in the beauty of the jewel.
The prong setting is most commonly used with the solitaire diamond ring. The prongs which hold the diamond in place are in an open position and let in the most light of all of the different settings. It can be used with most diamond shapes and is available in various different finishes.
The tension setting is a sleek and modern setting for the solitaire diamond ring. The diamond is given grooves along the side with laser inscription and is clamped into the precious metal of the ring. It stays in place due to tension. BAUNAT does not recommend this setting.
You will receive a diamond certificate for every stone larger than or equal to 0.3 carat. At BAUNAT we only work with the most renowned certificates of the diamond industry worldwide: GIA, HRD & IGI.
BAUNAT offers free delivery worldwide. When your jewel is ready, we will contact you to arrange the delivery with you personally. We only work with reliable courier services that have extended experience in the shipment of valuable goods. All our shipments are 100% insured.
Every BAUNAT jewel comes with exquisite jewellery gift packaging, including a BAUNAT jewellery box, shopping bag, guarantee card and cleaning cloth. The packaging is perfectly suited for a present.
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