Lab Emerald Art Deco Cocktail ring in 14K Yellow Gold

This majestic 14K Yellow Gold ring features a 2.90 carat cushion cut forest green lab emerald. This bold and beautiful ring will become an instant heirloom. Surrounding the lab emerald are eight dazzling diamonds, atop a detailed art-deco undergallery and split band. Lab Emerald is known as the gem of love and life and is the birthstone for the month of May.

Style #: R2498-YCEMR
Gem: Lab Created Emerald
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  • 10 x 10 mm Cushion
  • 3.20 carats
  • AA Quality
  • eye-clean
  • Origin: Japan
Genuine Diamonds: .03 carats
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1mm Round D-G SI2
retail price: $ 1,321.00
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The ring is beautiful! It came with some fuzz clamped down in one of the prongs that took me forever to remove with a tweezer and the stone is darker than what the pictures show on the website. However, the color is lighter when there is a lot of light shining directly on the stone, which is why it looks lighter in the pictures, I'm sure. Even though the stone is dark, you can still see the color change, it is just very subtle compared to another alexandrite ring I bought for my wife years ago. The ring itself looks well made and it came in a nice box and gift bag that will come in handy when I give this to my wife.

Lindy C.
Slidell, LA
Friday, October 16, 2020

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