Lab Emerald Celtic Knot 8x6 Emerald-Cut Engagement ring in 14K Rose Gold

This forest green lab emerald engagement ring holds deep symbolism in its design, with its 14K Rose Gold celtic knot, 8x6mm emerald_cut center stone, and .20 carats of diamonds. The curvy lines in the Celtic knot represent the infinite, everlasting love you and your partner will share as you travel along the journey of life together. Lab Emerald is known as the gem of love and life and is the birthstone for the month of May.

Style #: R26448EM-RCEMR
Gem: Lab Created Emerald
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  • 8 x 6 mm Emerald_Cut
  • 1.40 carats
  • AA Quality
  • eye-clean
  • Origin: Japan
Genuine Diamonds: .20 carats
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1.3mm Round D-G SI2
retail price: $ 1,321.00
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