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Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery

Regular price £1,050.00

Handmade 18ct Rose Gold Diamond wave ring. Designed for comfort, practically, wearability, durability and to look stunning. Width 2.5mm. Handmade from solid 18ct Rose Gold. .21cts of G colour VS clarity brilliant cut Diamonds.

Also Available in 18ct White Gold.

Sizes available: From J to Q UK (Please make contact for a quote if your size is not listed). This item is fully hallmarked and comes in a lovely recycled Christine Alexander ring box.

Please don’t hesitate to make contact with any questions or requirements you may have about the item for sale.

LAYAWAY: I offer layaway, which allows you to pay in instalments with no interest over a maximum time period of six months. This item could be paid for with:

A deposit of £350

2 instalments of £350

3 instalments of £233.33

4 instalments of £175

5 instalments of £140

Terms are flexible. Please contact me to initiate. PayPal required. You do not receive the item until fully paid for. See my Policies page for Ts&Cs.

The term pave (pronounced “pah–vay”) setting is used to describe gems that are set very close together and are only separated by tiny prongs or metal beads. Because of the look that this style creates, it is named after the word “pavement”.

Please be assured that your item will be packaged to the best of our ability, with ample protective packaging in a mailing bag or box. Our postage costs reflect the weighed packaged item, good quality packaging and insurance against loss or damage.

Pure Gold as it comes out of the ground is yellow in colour. 9 and 18ct gold are alloys, containing gold and other metals. It is, therefore, possible to change the appearance of the gold by using different types of alloys. Many people believe that Rose Gold is old Gold and whilst it is true that copper has been used as an alloy for many years, possibly longer than using Silver, the colour of a gold piece of jewellery has little to do with age, other than the styles of a certain era.

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