Women's Ethically Sourced Sapphire Curve Band

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About)) This asymmetrical diamond band, handmade by our friends at Bario Neal in Philadelphia, features TRULY ethical diamonds. Every stone - from the center diamonds to the tiniest accents - are fully traceable from mine to market. This is almost unheard-of in the diamond industry, where traceability is often deemed "too difficult" for small stones and the label "conflict-free" is not policed in any way. Read more about Paige and Anna's incredible work here. The ring is made in 14k gold to stack perfectly alongside the Ethically Sourced Hex Sapphire Cluster Ring, which is sold separately. Details)). Materials: 100% reclaimed 14k yellow gold and three 1.75mm seafoam sapphires, three. 02ct white Australian diamonds, three. 01ct light champagne Australian diamonds, and a. 02ct champagne diamond. Learn more about these responsibly mined and traceable diamonds here. Condition: New. Handmade by Bario Neal in Philadelphia, PA. Size: The band tapers from 1.5mm at the top to 1.75mm wide at the bottom x 1.4 mm tall. Lead Time/Terms of Sale: We often carry samples in a US size 6, which may be available for immediate purchase (check availability in the drop-down menu below or contact us for more details). Since this ring is made to order in all other sizes, allow 8 weeks for delivery. Inspiration))Through persistent research, industry outreach, and direct support for sustainable mining organizations and initiatives, Bario Neal has forged higher standards that they adhere to with all of their diamonds and colored gemstones. Their search for ethical excellence has led them to pursue industry firsts, from custom-cut ethical origin baguette diamonds to traceable pave diamonds and colored gemstones. They guarantee their diamonds are fully traceable and primarily of recycled, Australian, Canadian and Namibian origin. As if that weren't enough, they are tireless advocates for LGBTQIA rights and universal marriage equality; see their impressive work here. We're SO proud to be working with these women who I've known and admired for many years.

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