Split Shank With Diamonds
This ring is elegant and stylish. It features a split shank with accent diamonds and an intricate bridge. The ring is set with 40 round brilliant side diamonds to match the center diamond you chose. The diamonds weigh about 0.22 carat total weight. The ring is shown with a 3/4 carat round center diamond but can accommodate other diamond shapes or sizes.
- Size of Center (If Diamond)
- Finger Size
- Weight in Carats of Side Diamonds or Gems
- Quality Of Side Diamonds or Gemstones
- Shape of Center Gem
- Main Colors
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