0.24 carat diamond design ring in platinum

USD 2.130,00 (excl. VAT)

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Description of the product:

  • Le Paradis collection
  • Article code: PS-PL-R4-0024R

Small round diamonds, with a total of 0.24 Ct, of high quality
(G colour, VS2 clarity, VG cut)
950 platinum

Measurements:
Width upper part ring: 8.30 mm
Width lower part ring: 2.10 mm
Height upper part ring: 9.00 m
Height lower part ring: 2.10 mm
Weight: 5.10 g
 

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Excellent and very professional

From the quality of the jewel received but most of, the excellence of the service that was provided, I will order again. You get personalised service by email and you know exactly when and where your order is. Packaging is beautiful. Baunat really impressed me. Well done.

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Top work, satisfaction guaranteed

Very good reception during the visit to the showroom in Antwerp. Really satisfied with the ordered diamond ring, professional work and quality, delivered on time.

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Perfect from start to finish

From the first time I phoned through to the delivery of the jewellery, it was all perfect. Thanks Baunat!

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