Three Row Half Eternity Ring
Stunning magnificent style ring with 3 rows of round shaped diamonds, create the perfect unmissable sparkle.The Three Row Half Eternity Ring features three rows of sparkling pavé diamonds shimmering over the top half of this luminous 18K gold band for a spectacular look.
Foro is a direct-to-consumer brand which means you pay much lesser than other retailers for high-quality jewellery and international designs. We manufacture and sell via our own online shopping platform hence you save on the retail-level mark-ups on jewellery.
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D, E, F: Colorless. These diamonds have no detectable color and are the most rare and valuable.
G, H, I, J: Near-colorless. These diamonds may have a hint of color, but it is not usually visible to the naked eye. They are a popular choice for engagement rings because they offer a balance between quality and value.
K, L, M: Faint yellow. These diamonds have a noticeable yellow tint, especially when viewed from the side. They are generally less expensive than higher color grades.
Very, Very Slightly Included (VVS1 and VVS2): Diamonds with tiny inclusions that are difficult to see under 10x magnification, making them very high quality and valuable.
Very Slightly Included (VS1 and VS2): Diamonds with small inclusions that are visible under 10x magnification, but are not usually visible to the naked eye. These diamonds offer a good balance of quality and value.
Slightly Included (SI1 and SI2): Diamonds with noticeable inclusions that are easily visible under 10x magnification, and may be visible to the naked eye. These diamonds can be a good value for those who want a larger diamond at a lower cost.
Included (I1, I2, and I3): Diamonds with obvious inclusions that are visible to the naked eye and can affect the diamond's beauty and durability. These diamonds are generally less expensive
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