AMOUR 4.3 Carat Diamond Eternity Band in 14K/ 18K/ Platinum GIA Graded 25 pointer G Color SI1 Clarity By Mike Nekta SIZE 5 to 6

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The Amour wedding eternity band features 17 round brilliant 25 pointer diamonds weighing a total of approximately 4.3 carats, set in the metal of your choice. 

GIA Graded SI Clarity G-H Color.

    • Meticulously handcrafted to perfection in our own factory in the New York City Diamond District, just for you.
    • It was identified and graded by a Graduate Gemologist who has been certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).
    • It also comes in a beautiful keepsake box, with a Lifetime guarantee, and Care Package.

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Style:  ETERNITY BAND / Wedding Bands Eternity

Ref: AMOUR-25pt-S5-6

 

Diamonds

Diamond Size: 0.25 Carats

Number of Diamonds: 17

Total Weight of Diamonds: 4.25 Carats

Diamond Shape: Round Brilliant

Diamond Color: G-H

Diamond Clarity: SI1-SI2


Setting

Metal: 14K , 18K or Platinum  

Metal Color: White Gold, Yellow Gold, Rose Gold

Size: 5 | 6


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FAQ

What’s the total Carat Weight of the Amour Eternity Band?

The total care of the eternity band will really depend on the finger size you wear and I’m talking about the version where I make quarter caraters because if we’re talking about the Amour in diamond sizes that are larger than 1 ⁄ 4 carat the carat weight would change. So it’s a variable carat weight depending on the size finger.

How do you calculate the stones?

I have a way to calculate. It’s a shared prong ring; the stones are round, and we’re talking about quarter characters, which are usually 4.1 millimeters in diameter. So let’s say if your finger size is a size six; the approximate carat weight will depend on hope many stones are needed for a size 6, I need 16 stones so that’ll be a 4 carat ring. What happens if we change finger size to 4 and ½ , it needs 15 stones, which means a quarter carat less that will be 3.75 carat weight, keeping everything else constant. Let’s see if I could calculate; let’s say you have a bigger size, size eight and 1⁄2. I need 17 stones, which is 4.25 carats, so the answer, I would say on average, would be 4 carats. Sometimes, an extra stone is required to be 4.25 carats. Sometimes, one less stone than 16 to 15 stones it will be 3.75. Now if you do the same style ring and instead of doing quarter, caraters do say, thirds each stone is a third of a carat.