This vintage-style filigree engagement ring, wedding ring, or commitment ring holds a 4 mm FOREVER BRILLIANT Moissanite - a bright sparkling laboratory-grown stone that has a fire that rivals that of a diamond. Moissanite was first discovered in 1893 by a French scientist named Henri Moissan. Originally discovered as part of a meteorite that fell to earth, natural Moissanite is incredibly rare. Moissanite as we know it now is a laboratory-created mineral composed of the substance silicon carbide. This ring features an intricate design with cut-outs and Edwardian-style filigree that is both striking and comfortably easy to wear.
The 4 mm, .33 carat round, brilliant cut moissanite sparkles brightly, but is well protected from everyday wear and tear by being set low. The fitted band measures 2.5 mm (about 1/10") wide and features a lovely geometric pattern around the length of the band, reminiscent of the scrollwork designs done during the Italian Renaissance. The edge features a milgrain pattern, which gives it a lovely sparkle and added dimension. The interior of the ring is gently rounded for ease of wear and the ring has been darkened, then re-polished, to show off the details of the elegant pattern.This ring is wide enough for our personalized ring engraving, available here:
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Most of the sterling silver jewelry that is shown in my store has been antiqued and then re-polished in order to better show the detail, but can also be created with a bright, mirror finish if you prefer. I am happy to create this ring for you in any size you need, including half and quarter sizes. Please contact me if you would have any questions!
- Materials - Sterling silver .925 Filigree Mounting; 4 mm, .33 carat round laboratory grown Moissanite
- Finish - Antiqued or brightly polished
- Dimensions - Ring width: 10 mm at top of ring, tapering to 6 mm at bottom of ring. Stone sits approximately 6 mm above the finger. Band width - 2.5 mm.
- Handmade in Greer, SC, USA
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