☛ Product summary:
Tiny cushion cut lab grown diamond ring with accent round diamond as pave set on band crafted in 14k yellow gold.
A cushion cut lab diamond ring is a stunning that features a cushion cut lab-grown diamond as its centerpiece. The diamond has a weight of 0.50 carats and is grade as DEF-color, which means it is near-colorless and has a slight yellow tint. The clarity of the diamond is also high, with a rating of VS-VVS, meaning that any inclusions present are difficult to detect with the naked eye and require magnification to see. The cushion cut of the diamond gives it a softer. More rounded appearance compared to other cuts such as the princess or round cut, making it a great choice for those who prefer a more classic and timeless look.
The ring also features round cut lab-grown diamond side stones that add an extra touch of sparkle and elegance to the piece. These diamonds have a weight of 0.15 carats with DEF-color and VS-VVS clarity. This ring is a perfect choice for those who are looking for an eco-friendly and affordable alternative to traditional diamond jewelry, while still maintaining the same level of quality and brilliance of mined diamonds. The cushion cut center diamond and round cut side stones complement each other beautifully and make this ring a great choice for any occasion, whether it’s for an engagement or a special gift. Overall, this cushion cut lab diamond ring is a stunning piece of jewelry that is sure to be treasured for years to come
|Lab Grown Diamond
|0.50 carats (± 0.05 CT)
|Lab Grown Diamond
|0.15 carats (± 0.05 CT)
☛ Ring making process:
The process of creating a custom ring typically involves several steps:
- First, the design team creates the design of the ring.
- Then, they make a wax model and cast the rings.
- After casting, the team sizes the rings to fit the client.
- They also pre-polish the rings and set the stones into the setting.
- Finally, the team polishes and rhodium the rings and performs final checks in quality control to ensure they meet required standards.