Freshwater Cultured Pearl & Diamond Ring in Sterling Silver

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Sterling silver ring with one 10-10.5 millimeter freshwater cultured pearl, 44 round single cut diamonds weighing approximately 1/8 ct. tw. and rose gold ion-plated accents

Product Specifications

ITEM NUMBER
4990238
STONE DETAILS
Minimum Pearl Size:
10mm+
Stone Type:
Pearl
Pearl Type:
Freshwater (Chinese)
Pearl Color:
White
Minimum Carat Total Weight:
1/8 ctw (0.12 - 0.13)
Average Color:
I
Average Clarity:
I2-I3
METAL
Metal Type:
Silver
Gold (Plated)
Metal Color:
Silver
Rose
SIZING
Minimum Size:
5.5
Maximum Size:
9.5


The Helzberg Pre-Owned Difference


Our collection of pre-owned engagement rings and jewelry includes the same high-quality jewelry you expect from Helzberg at an even greater value. Helzberg Diamonds has extremely strict standards for every piece of jewelry we present for sale, and our previously owned jewelry is no exception. These pieces are hand-inspected to ensure you receive a high-quality piece of jewelry at the greatest possible value. With Helzberg's collection of pre-owned jewelry, the only difference you'll notice is the price.

All pre-owned sales are final and are not eligible for our Diamond Jewelry Guarantee. Our customers do have the option to purchase a Lifetime Care Plan online or at a Helzberg Diamonds store to cover any repair charges associated with normal wear.


Pearl

Historically, pearls have been used as an adornment for centuries. They were one of the favorite gem materials of the Roman Empire; later in Tudor England, the 1500s were known as the pearl age. Pearls are unique as they are the only gems from living sea creatures and require no faceting or polishing to reveal their natural beauty. In the early 1900s, the first successful commercial culturing of round saltwater pearls began. Since the 1920s, cultured pearls have almost completely replaced natural pearls in the market.

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