3.00 carat trilogy ring in red gold with round diamonds

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Description of the product:

  • Classics
  • Article code: CL-GR-RC-0300S

Round diamond with certificate of 1.10 Ct, of high quality
Round diamonds with certificates, 2 x 0.95 Ct, of high quality
18 Kt red gold

Measurements:
Width upper part ring: 6.50 mm
Width lower part ring: 3.20 mm
Height upper part ring: 5.20 mm
Height lower part ring: 2.30 mm
Weight: 6.80 g

 

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