Lab Emerald Celtic Knot Cocktail ring in 14K White Gold

This 1.40 carat lab emerald Celtic knot 14K White Gold ring carries deep meaning with its traditional symbolism. The curving lines of the setting, in which we see no beginning and no end, represent the endless love you and your loved one share. Lab Emerald is known as the gem of love and life and is the birthstone for the month of May.

Style #: R2377-WCEMR
Gem: Lab Created Emerald
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  • 9 x 7 mm Oval
  • 1.60 carats
  • AA Quality
  • eye-clean
  • Origin: Japan
Genuine Diamonds: .00 carats
retail price: $ 754.00
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