Morganite & Lab-Created White Sapphire Halo Ring in 10K Gold

$849.99

Can you replace the white sapphires with diamonds?

If so, how much would that cost?
Asked by: BillyBedsaul
This question would be best answered by our Special Order Team at 1-800-435-9237. They will be happy to determine if this can be done, the cost and timeframe.
Answered by: acade
Date published: 2015-05-16
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Be bold in this 10K rose gold halo ring, which features one 9 millimeter cushion cut morganite surrounded by lab-created white sapphires.

Product Specifications

ITEM NUMBER
2047425
STONE DETAILS
Stone Type:
Gemstone
Stone Shape:
Cushion
Center Stone Nature:
Natural
Gemstone Length:
9.00 mm
1.50 mm
Gemstone Width:
9.00 mm
1.50 mm
METAL
Metal Type:
Gold
Metal Color:
Rose
SIZING
Minimum Size:
6
Maximum Size:
8


All jewelry has been enlarged to show beauty of detail. Gemstones may have been treated or enhanced by heating or irradiation and require special care in jewelry repair or cleaning.

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Colored Gemstones

Morganite

Morganite's blush feminine color is a result of the presence of manganese in the gemstone beryl, which is typically rich green or light blue in color. Originally discovered in Madagascar in the early 20th century, it was given the name Morganite in honor of financier and gem enthusiast J.P. Morgan. Morganites will range in color from a faded peach to vivid blush pink.

Can you replace the white sapphires with diamonds?

If so, how much would that cost?
Asked by: BillyBedsaul
This question would be best answered by our Special Order Team at 1-800-435-9237. They will be happy to determine if this can be done, the cost and timeframe.
Answered by: acade
Date published: 2015-05-16
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