Fern White Gold & Diamond Ring

Katherine Jetter
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Fern White Gold & Diamond Ring

$4,800
$1,950 Gilt
Size (US):
Women's Rings
US Alpha Metric
3 XS 14.5mm
4 XS 14.9mm
4.25 XS 15.04mm
4.5 XS 15.27mm
4.75 XS 15.53mm
5 XS 15.7mm
5.25 XS 15.9mm
5.5 XS 16.1mm
5.75 XS 16.3mm
6 S 16.5mm
6.25 S 16.7mm
6.5 S 16.92mm
6.75 M 17.13mm
7 M 17.35mm
7.25 M 17.45mm
7.5 M 17.75mm
7.75 M 17.97mm
8 L 18.2mm
8.25 L 18.4mm
8.5 L 18.9mm
9 L 19.0mm
9.5 L 19.4mm
10 L 19.8mm
10.5 L 20.2mm
10.75 L 20.4mm
11 L 20.6mm
11.5 XL 21.0mm
12 XL 21.4mm
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    Alpha XS
    Metric 15.7mm
  • 6
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    Alpha S
    Metric 16.5mm
  • 7
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    Alpha M
    Metric 17.35mm
Color:
white gold
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Description
Designer

18K white gold fern wrap ring with round cut diamond details

  • Total diamond carat weight is 0.60
  • Diamond color is F-G
  • Diamond clarity is VS
  • Ring is not sizeable

Measurements: 0.7" wide

Material: 18K white gold and diamond

Brand: Katherine Jetter

Origin: United States

Australian Jewelry designer, Katherine Jetter, forsook a career in finance to fulfill her passion of designing fine jewelry. Based in New York, Jetter, shot to success with her signature Opal pieces. Naturalistic or sleek, but always completely hypnotic, Opal has become the IT stone for the fashionably elite, thanks in part to Katherine Jetter’s designs. Her breathtaking pieces, including opal flower rings, opal drop pendants, and spider rings, helped popularize this rare and special stone, making Katherine Jetter, jewelry royalty… she is after all referred to as “Queen of the Opals”.