A House of Garrard platinum and 18 karat rose gold engagement ring from the Jewelled Vault collection, set with a central GIA certified cushion cut 3.06 karat D VS1 white diamond, 18 round pink diamonds weighing 0.84 karats and 36 round white diamonds weighing 0.60 karats.
1 cushion cut white diamond weighing 3.06 karat D VS1 GIA certified
18 round pink diamonds weighing 0.84 karats
36 round white diamonds weighing 0.60 karats
Size: 52 / 6 (Ring can be sized up or down; by two sizes)
Ring is accompanied by GIA certificate and House of Garrard Authenticity certificate and beautifully presented in a House of Garrard box.
Established in 1735, the House of Garrard is the longest serving jeweller in the world. Its first royal commission came in its founding year from Frederick, Prince of Wales, and marked the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship with the British royal family, which reached its apogee in 1843 when Garrard was appointed the first official Crown Jeweller. The House has since had the honour of serving every subsequent British monarch, as well as many other royal families around the globe. Over these years, Garrard has handcrafted tiaras, necklaces, brooches and many more magnificent jewels that are still worn by the British royal family, including the Duchess of Cambridge’s sapphire cluster engagement ring. Every piece is developed to achieve a balance between tradition and design so as to bring out the natural beauty of the stones. The result is a quintessentially British hallmark of heritage, detail and craft.
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