0.90 carat red golden solitaire pendant with round diamond

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Description of the product:

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  • Article code: CL-GR-P1-0090S

Certified round diamond, 1 x 0.90 Ct, of high quality
18 Kt red gold

Measurements:
Height pendant: 4.70 mm
Length pendant: 13.60 mm
Length necklace: 40.00 cm
Weight pendant: 1.20 g
Total weight: 3.30 g
 

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