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Item specifics

Condition:
New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original ...
Number of Diamonds:
1
Occasion:
Birthday
Main Stone Width:
5.9
Item Length:
5.9
Metal:
Yellow Gold
Main Stone:
Diamond
Gauge (Thickness):
16g (1.2 mm)
Department:
Unisex Adult
Main Stone Shape:
Round
Base Metal:
Yellow Gold
Signed:
Yes
Certification:
Rothem
Brand:
Rothem Collection
Diamond Clarity Grade:
Included (I2)
Metal Purity:
14k
Main Stone Length:
5.9
Antique:
No
Shape:
Round
Closure:
Ball
Vintage:
No
Personalize:
Yes
Main Stone Treatment:
Clarity Enhanced
Body Area:
Navel
Handmade:
Yes
Main Stone Creation:
Natural
Closure Style:
Ball Closure
Seller Warranty:
Yes
Cut Grade:
Excellent
Material:
Yellow Gold
Type:
Ring
Length:
14 mm
Diamond Color Grade:
F
Wholesale:
Yes
Total Carat Weight:
0.90
UPC:
Does not apply
EAN:
Does not apply



$4,350 Real Diamond Belly Button Ring 14K Yellow Gold 0.90 CT I2

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