0.32 carat floral eternity ring in platinum with small round diamonds

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Description of the product:

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  • Article code: CL-PL-A7-0032R

Small round diamonds, with a total of 0.32 Ct, of high quality
(G colour, VS2 clarity, VG cut)
950 platinum

Measurements:
Width upper part ring: 5.80 mm
Width lower part ring: 2.30 mm
Thickness metal upper part ring: 2.50 mm
Thickness metal lower part ring: 1.40 mm
Weight: 6.00 g
 

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Very good service and beautiful and very qualitative ring creation

Very good service and beautiful and very qualitative ring creation Very good service. Very good and professional work. The ring and diamonds are beautiful and my wife really liked the design. I will for sure consider Baunat for further purchases.

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Top quality

Superb quality, top relation with client. I recommend Baunat.

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