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2.35 Carat Oval Cut Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring in Solitaire Setting

Assay Jewelers

$6,249.00 Precio habitual $7,400.00
2.35 CARAT Oval Cut Lab Diamond Engagement Ring. Oval cut, G color, VVS2 clarity. This 2.35ct lab-grown diamond engagement ring is mounted in an 18k white gold solitaire setting. A simple 18k white gold straight shanked ring and elevated 4-prong setting that lets the stone do all the talking.

Double rhodium plated for long-lasting brilliance and shine. Hypoallergenic, tarnish proof, and perfectly set with strong grooves in the prongs for a secure setting. Crafted and designed for daily wear.


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SKU#: CD0002

Center stone:
✔ Carat: 2.35
✔ Color: G
✔ Clarity: VVS2
✔ Cut: Oval Cut (Brilliant)
✔ Measurements: 9.73mm x 6.30mm x 4.79mm

Ring Details:
✔ Gold Karat: 18K
✔ Style: Solitaire (Tiffany set)
✔ Gold Color: White
✔ Setting: 4-Prong (elevated)
✔ Ring Size: 6 U.S.
✔ Ring Weight: 3.8 grams
✔ IGI certified, certificate #: LG502193281

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★ This center stone diamond is a lab-grown diamond, not a natural diamond. If you wish to have this exact ring made with a natural diamond, please message us directly.

★ Ships from Miami, Florida with free domestic overnight shipping.

★ Comes complete with an IGI certificate of authenticity, certificate of appraisal, ring box with gift wrapping, and a service warranty.

★ 2-year service warranty.



USA: 1-4 business days (USPS/FedEx)
Canada: 5-14 business days
Australia: 5-12 business days (Australia Line)
New Zealand: 7-20 business days
Europe: 5-14 business days
Other countries: 10-25 business days

What makes this lab-created diamond better than most lab-grown diamonds?

The growth method for these diamonds is known as CVD, short for Chemical Vapor Deposition. This method of growth is superior to other alternatives like HPHT (high pressure, high temperature) because it uses far less energy and machinery, thereby leaving a smaller carbon and energy footprint during growth. This advanced growth method also creates diamonds of far better quality. HPHT produces diamonds with mainly yellowish or brownish-yellow colors, while CVD creates stones with much higher color and clarity grades.