Pear Cut Halo Ring named ‘Harriot Pear’. The Pear Cut diamond is majestically mounted in a antique style halo of 18 round glistening scallop set diamonds. This ring also has half eternity scallop set diamonds on the shoulders/band. – The Pear Cut Halo ring pictured has a .50ct F VS2 pear cut diamond certified by GIA. The halo and shoulder have .40ct of diamonds bringing the total carat weight up to .80ct.
*** PLEASE NOTE
If choosing a Lab Grown Diamond all of our Lab Grown Diamonds are Colourless D-F With Clarity of VS or better and Excellent Cut with Nil Florescence.
Customisation & Alterations
All our new designs can be customised, either with subtle alterations to your taste or a complete bespoke design starting from scratch. We expertly alter to your finger size, talk to us, we are here to help.
The metal specification refers to the main part of the item (e.g. the shank of the ring) and not to the setting around the diamond called the collet, which maybe either platinum or gold.
The images are a good likeness of the designs we stock. Limitations of reproduction however mean that colours and proportions may not always be wholly accurate. Specifications can be customised online, but images may not accurately reflect this change. Designs with variable stone size options may often be illustrated using a single image that does not accurately reflect the specific stone size being viewed. Please contact us for further information.
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