Sweeping lines of gleaming white gold, diamond-shaped accents, and intertwined curves give this modern ring an Art Nouveau flair.
The ring has been crafted in 14 karat white gold and is finished with a mirror-like high polish finish.
The centerpiece of the ring is a fabulous genuine topaz, in a medium-deep teal hue known as "London Blue". The topaz has been fashioned into a square, princess-cut shape, and is secured within "v" style prongs, to protect the corners. It weighs .80 carats. Four round diamonds accent the ring: two princess cut diamonds on either side of the topaz, and two round diamond set into bezels, hidden within the under-gallery of the ring. The four diamonds have a total weight of .10 carats, with GIA H/SI1 color/clarity grades.
The ring is a size 6.75 and can be sized.
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