Lightbox Jewelry 10KW Halo Earrings 1ctw Blue
Lightbox Jewelry 10KW Halo Earrings 1ctw Blue
Lightbox Jewelry 10KW Halo Earrings 1ctw Blue
Lightbox Jewelry 10KW Halo Earrings 1ctw Blue

Lightbox Jewelry 10KW Halo Earrings 1ctw Blue

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$1,380.00
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$1,380.00

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Description

Diamonds, diamonds and more diamonds! These beautiful stud style earrings from our new Lightbox Jewelry collection are total show-stoppers! Known for using vibrant pink, blue and white lab-grown diamonds, Lightbox Jewelry offers a fresh, modern take on classic jewelry designs.

This set of dazzling, stud style earrings features two blue, round, brilliant cut, lab-grown diamonds with a total combined carat weight of 1.00ct. Each diamond is wrapped in a delicate 10k white gold and diamond halo. Their uniquely elegant look makes them the perfect addition to any personal style...or the perfect gift for any special occasion!

Quality

Colour: All lab-grown diamonds from Lightbox Jewelry are near colourless. This is defined as being between G and J for natural diamonds. These lab-grown diamonds are available in white, pink, or blue.

Clarity: Every Lightbox lab-grown diamond will have no visible inclusions. This is defined as having a clarity grade of VS or higher for natural diamonds.

Cut: Lightbox Jewelry cuts their lab-grown diamonds to a Very Good standard, which ensures a beautiful sparkle that will catch the eye.

Carat: Lightbox Jewelry prices their lab-grown diamonds at $800USD/carat, regardless of the clarity, cut, or colour. This price does not include the setting. Since this pricing is in US dollars, Canadian pricing is subject to change based on the currency exchange.

What Are Lab-Grown Diamonds?

Lab-grown diamonds are diamonds that were grown by scientists in a lab. They share the same chemical makeup as natural diamonds and are optically identical. The biggest differences between natural and lab-created diamonds are how they’re made, and how rare they are.

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