Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold

SKU 16076525
Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold
Evermore Bridal
  • Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold
  • Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold
  • Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold
  • Evermore Wedding Band with 0.23 Carat TW of Diamonds in 10ct Rose Gold

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  • Collection
    Evermore Bridal
  • Sidestone Diamond Clarity ?
    I2
  • Sidestone Diamond Colour ?
    I+
  • Sidestone Diamond Cut ?
    Round
  • Sidestone Diamond Setting
    Prong/Claw
  • Metal colour
    Rose
  • Metal content
    10 Karat
  • Engagement Style
    Wedding Band
  • Gemstone
    Diamond Set
  • Lifetime Diamond Warranty
    Yes
  • Ring Width
    5mm-5.5mm
Description

This lovely Evermore wedding band will be a sparkly surprise. Created in 10ct rose gold, it features 0.23 carat TW of round brilliant diamonds which will be sure to let your loved one know just how special they are to you. Exclusive to the Evermore collection at Michael Hill.

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This product cannot be returned or exchanged unless deemed faulty under Michael Hill's General Terms which can be found here.