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18K Yellow GoldCallista Diamond Ring

$1,290

This knife-edge ring dazzles with a thin band of milgrain dividing two rows of sparkling pavé-set diamonds extending halfway down the band (1/5 total carat weight).

Metal: 18K Yellow Gold

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Product Details

Ring Information

Style:
BE2D5258-18KY
Metal:
18K Yellow Gold
Average width:
2.1 mm

Gemstone Details

Type:
Diamond
Shape:
Round
Number:
58
Min. carat total weight:
0.19
Setting:
Pavé
Average Color:
F/G
Average Clarity:
SI1
Treatment:
None
ethical sourcing
Recycled precious metals
Made in the USA
5% of profits donated
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customer reviews

8/14/2018
Katya
I got a beautiful wedding band I didn't plan to get

Katya • 8/14/2018

San Francisco

I was looking for a thin diamond covered simple wedding ring and I was almost set on the Whisper Eternity band. But at the last moment, I tried a vintage knife cut Callista Diamond Ring. And I got it. It was an unexpected choice and I am happy about it. ... Read More

I was looking for a thin diamond covered simple wedding ring and I was almost set on the Whisper Eternity band. But at the last moment, I tried a vintage knife cut Callista Diamond Ring. And I got it. It was an unexpected choice and I am happy about it. Future brides, if while ring shopping you liked something you didn't plan to buy, don't hesitate to change your mind. Callista has much more personality than other regular rings and some of the vintage hint. It's not super smooth on my hand and I can feel it between my fingers more than other rings but I was warned about it and eventually I got used to it. For me - it's totally worth it.