1.20ct | Olivia | Emerald Radiant Solitaire Engagement Ring


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One look at the Olivia ring and you will be in love. The delicate lightweight tapering band guides the eye effortlessly towards the beautiful emerald centre stone, showcased within a four prong basket setting. Perfect for those who appreciate the pretty things in life.

Wedding ring friendly when paired with a flat court band.

Shank width is 2.0mm and depth is 1.5mm.

Emerald Radiant Cut diamond rings are brilliantly sparkly and often described as the best of both worlds. If you’re looking for a more sparkly version of the classic Emerald diamond cut, the Emerald Radiant cut diamond for your engagement ring is a brilliant choice. This cut is perfect for those who are seeking the breathtaking combination of the rectangular shape with the sparkle of a Round Brilliant cut diamond.

Emerald cut diamonds are a brilliant choice if you want the biggest looking diamond ring for your budget, since they are one of the more shallow cuts. This means that they have a greater surface area for the same carat weight when compared to other shapes such as Round Brilliant, for example.

This stunning Olivia engagement ring is set with a scintillating 1.2ct* Radiant with a grade of VS and F for an exceptional clarity and colourless diamond.

*We will expertly select a 1.18-1.22ct Emerald Radiant lab diamond with an F colour, VS clarity and excellent cut, so you can rest assured that the diamond is nothing less than exceptional.

When we select a lab diamond, the specifications of the diamond such as ratio, colour, cut and clarity are carefully considered, prioritising the budget in areas that will emphasise the beauty of the stone, resulting in a diamond that is truly outstanding. They will always be Type 2A, too – the purest diamonds available with no traces of nitrogen or boron impurities and the highest thermal conductivity.