Tell her your heart belongs to her with this exceptional Mathieu Blanchard Signature solitaire and wedding ring duo. Crafted in 10K gold, this pair of rings showcases a rutilated quartz center stone and shimmering round moissanite.
Metal: 10K yellow gold
Center stone: rutilated quartz (mined in Brazil)
Center stone size: 7 x 7 mm
White stones: moissanites (designed in the laboratory)
Size of white stones: 1.75 mm
Shape of the white stones: round
Thickness: 1.5 to 5 mm
Width of each ring: 1.5 to 8 mm
Maximum width of the 2 rings together: 11 mm
The ideal size does not seem to be available? Do not hesitate tocontact usso that we can plan a size adjustment.
Not familiar with moissanite?
Over the past few years, moissanite has become very popular as an alternative to diamond; moissanite looks like diamond, but costs much less. Composed of silica and carbon (C), man reproduces moissanite in the laboratory. Why reproduce? This stone was originally discovered in 1893 in the Canyon Diablo meteorite, which fell about 50,000 years ago in Arizona, United States, and caused theMeteor Crater .
Moissanite averages more sparkle than diamond thanks to its refractive index of 2.65 to 2.69, compared to 2.417 to 2.419for the diamond. This means that moissanite reflects more light than diamonds, provided you compare two similar stones for color, cut and size.
This brilliant stone has a hardness of 9.25 on the Mohs scale . It is second only to diamond in terms of hardness, which means you can be sure your jewelry will last.
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Accelerated | 3-7 days | $15.99
Priority | 1-3 days | $29.99
United States | USA
Standard USA | 6-14 days | $19.99 CAD(free from 149$ CAD of purchase)
Expedited USA | 4-8 days | CAD$39.99
Rest of the World | International
Canada Post Tracked Packet International | 7-15 Days | Rates calculated at payment
Canada Post Xpresspost International | 6-12 Days | Rates calculated at payment
Option 1 1- Take a paper tape 2- Wrap the tape around your finger, loosely, and mark the tape with a pencil where it overlaps on itself. 3- Measure the size of the ribbon up to your mark (in mm) 4- Refer to the correspondence table here