Engagement Rings We Love: Flora
May 16, 2011 by Jacki Christopher
Take one look at this ring and it won’t be hard to figure out why it’s an Apples of Gold favorite. The Diamond Flora Ring is appropriately named. Look closely; you’ll notice that the center diamond forms the flower, held in place by four diamond “leaves.” The band loops around your finger like a stem. For the bride who loves flowers and tends towards a traditional style with a feminine touch, this ring is “the one.”
In addition to being a charming ring to look at, this engagement ring, crafted of 14k white gold, also boasts the highest in diamond quality. The center 0.75 carat diamond is graded ‘G’ on the diamond color scale, or ‘near colorless.’ The 0.20 carats of side diamonds have the same color grading. The total diamond carat weight of the Flora ring is 0.95 carats, and the clarity is graded at SI1 (slightly included) or better.
The Diamond Flora Ring is a symbol that reflects the married love that will bloom and blossom for the rest of your life.
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