Sethi Couture Red/Brown Diamond Solitaire Ring - White Gold
  • Ileana Makri Diamond & White Gold Triple Solitaire Ring
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    Ileana Makri white gold 'Triple Solitaire' ring featuring three round cut white diamonds framed by pavé diamonds. 18k white gold. Approximately 2mm band width, 8mm face width.
  • Eli Jewels Gray South Sea Pearl & Diamond Ring - Gray (6.5)
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    Eli JewelsGray South Sea Pearl Diamond RingDetailsUsing techniques perfected over six generations, the brothers behind Eli Jewels apply signature engraving and filigree work to jewelry inspired by New Orleans' intricate metal scrollwork and historic architecture. They create a modern classic in this white gold ring with single gray pearl and diamond-set shoulders.18-karat white gold.Cultured, naturally gray South Sea pearl in solitaire prong setting, 11.25mm diameter.Pave white diamonds at shoulders, 0.05 total carat weight.US ring size 6.5.
  • Ileana Makri White Gold & Diamond Solitaire Ring
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    18k white gold solitaire ring set with white diamonds. 1.5mm band width. 9mm face width.
  • Eva Fehren Opaque Diamond & Blackened White Gold "Nina" Ring
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    Embellished with a border of pavé white diamonds and a zigzag-edged frame, Eva Fehren's "Nina" ring is crafted of blackened 18k white gold set with a rose-cut opaque diamond. Size 6. 1.83 ct rose-cut, round opaque diamond; 0.07 ct pavé white diamonds. Blackened 18k white gold. 1mm band width, 12mm face width (approximately)
  • Roberto Coin 18k White Gold Diamond Station Ring - White Gold (6.5)
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    Roberto Coin18k White Gold Diamond Station RingDetailsRoberto Coin ring in 18-karat white gold.Round white diamond solitaire center, surrounded by pave diamond bezel.0.27 total diamond carat weight.Roberto Coin signature hidden 0.3-carat ruby.Slim band.Made in Italy.Designer About Roberto Coin:Since founding his own company in 1977, Roberto Coin has rightfully gained fame as a tireless innovator, most notably for pioneering the use of three-color gold in 1978. His jewelry seems to capture the fluidity of his amphibious hometown, Venice-forms and shapes meld, creating a sense of wholeness, the distinction between the timeless and the modern ever-blurred. Perpetually reinventing his personal style, Roberto Coin produces more than 600 unique jewelry models annually. Each piece includes a hidden 0.3 carat ruby, a signature of the designer.
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