Art Deco Diamond Butterfly Engagement Ring

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Product Description

Inspired by the butterfly, the design of this gorgeous ring features a butterfly shaped diamond band and vintage style bead set diamonds. The butterfly has been used as a symbol of embracing change and transformation because of its impressive process of metamorphosis. This engagement ring is an elegant expression of natures beauty and skilled craftsman.

Additional Information

Basic Details

Style #
4014
Weight
6.6 g
Metal
18k White Gold?
Jewelry Type
Ring
Condition
New?
Jewelry Style
Unique and Original
Appraises For
$2,595.00

Pictured With

You can pick your own main gemstone for this piece. This is the gem that's shown in the pictures.
Size
5.5 mm
Shape
Round Brilliant
Type
Cubic Zirconia

Accent Diamonds (Group #1)

Quantity
42
Setting
Bead
Type
Diamond
Shape
Round Brilliant
Color
GH ?
Clarity
VS2SI1 ?

Accent Diamonds (Group #2)

Quantity
2
Setting
Bezel
Type
Diamond
Shape
Round Brilliant
Color
GH ?
Clarity
VS2SI1 ?

Total Accent Weights

Diamond
0.30 cts.
* All weights and measurements are approximations. If you're curious, you can read more about precision in jewelry measurements.
† Expected shipping dates are estimated, and unforseen complications may arise. We will contact you as soon as possible if we believe we will be unable to meet the expected date.

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