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18ct White Gold 1ct Diamond Cushion Bridal Ring Set - £1,249 @ Ernest Jones + free delivery
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18ct White Gold 1ct Diamond Cushion Bridal Ring Set - £1,249 @ Ernest Jones + free delivery

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Posted 25th Sep

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SPECIFICATION

Birthstone
April
Brand
Ernest Jones Diamond Collection
Diamond
1 carat
Diamond clarity
P2-P3
Diamond colour
G-H
Material
18ct White Gold
Stone setting
Claw
Stone shape
Round
Stone style
Bridal Set
Stone type
Diamond
Height
0.7 cm
Width
0.2 cm
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Diamond clarity
P2-P3


These will not be great, or even good, diamonds. Hold out for vintage or estate jewellery if you're watching the pennies.
I would make a good recipient for this
louiselouise25/09/2019 15:27

Diamond clarityP2-P3These will not be great, or even good, diamonds. Hold …Diamond clarityP2-P3These will not be great, or even good, diamonds. Hold out for vintage or estate jewellery if you're watching the pennies.


What’s the best diamond clarity?
coolio2825/09/2019 15:28

What’s the best diamond clarity?



Here's a simpler chart, though there's lots of articles about this.

(From the link above)
Piqué is the Equivalent to GIA’s “I Clarity Range“, which is I1, I2 and I3.
38542683-mAnLD.jpg38542683-mk1Q5.jpgP1, P2 and P3?
Piqué Clarity (Often Abbreviated as P, or PK in Europe) is a Pretty Common Clarity Grade.

In Fact, Pique Clarity is one of the Largest Clarity Grades there is!
(And no, it doesn’t stand for Soccer PlayerGerard Piqué)

Piqué Clarity is made up of 3 Clarity Grades: P1, P2 and P3.

So What is Piqué Clarity?
P Clarity
, or Piqué Clarity, is the European term for “Imperfect“. It’s actually a French name meaning “Mark“, “Blemish“, or “Pricked“.

And that’s because in Piqué Clarity, these Marks or Blemishes (Inclusions), are Visible! Visible to the Naked Eye, without the use of a 10x Jeweler’s Loupe, Magnification or a Microscope! You can see the Flaws just by looking at the Diamond, and often, these Flaws and Imperfections are HUGE!

3 Piqué Clarity Grades
There are 3 Clarity Grades in all with Piqué: P1 (Piqué 1, or 1st Piqué), P2 (Piqué 2, or 2nd Piqué), and P3 (Piqué 3, or 3rd Piqué)…

P1 is the Highest of the Bunch, then P2, followed by P3 at the Bottom of the Bucket (P3 is the Lowest Clarity Grade there is!)
Edited by: "louiselouise" 25th Sep
louiselouise25/09/2019 15:32

Here's a simpler chart, though there's lots of articles about this.(From …Here's a simpler chart, though there's lots of articles about this.(From the link above)Piqué is the Equivalent to GIA’s “I Clarity Range“, which is I1, I2 and I3.[Image] [Image] P1, P2 and P3?Piqué Clarity (Often Abbreviated as P, or PK in Europe) is a Pretty Common Clarity Grade. In Fact, Pique Clarity is one of the Largest Clarity Grades there is!(And no, it doesn’t stand for Soccer Player Gerard Piqué) Piqué Clarity is made up of 3 Clarity Grades: P1, P2 and P3. So What is Piqué Clarity? P Clarity, or Piqué Clarity, is the European term for “Imperfect“. It’s actually a French name meaning “Mark“, “Blemish“, or “Pricked“. And that’s because in Piqué Clarity, these Marks or Blemishes (Inclusions), are Visible! Visible to the Naked Eye, without the use of a 10x Jeweler’s Loupe, Magnification or a Microscope! You can see the Flaws just by looking at the Diamond, and often, these Flaws and Imperfections are HUGE! 3 Piqué Clarity Grades There are 3 Clarity Grades in all with Piqué: P1 (Piqué 1, or 1st Piqué), P2 (Piqué 2, or 2nd Piqué), and P3 (Piqué 3, or 3rd Piqué)… P1 is the Highest of the Bunch, then P2, followed by P3 at the Bottom of the Bucket (P3 is the Lowest Clarity Grade there is!)


Thanks Louise, I thought it seemed a good price for people looking for rings on a budget.
coolio2825/09/2019 15:37

Thanks Louise, I thought it seemed a good price for people looking for …Thanks Louise, I thought it seemed a good price for people looking for rings on a budget.



It's a pretty ring, but the mark-up will be huge. The stones are tiny, very included and a jeweller would only take the gold for scrap (not sure if White Gold is as desirable as Yellow these days). Better off looking for a second-hand, higher clarity solitaire if you want better bang for buck.
louiselouise25/09/2019 15:32

Here's a simpler chart, though there's lots of articles about this.(From …Here's a simpler chart, though there's lots of articles about this.(From the link above)Piqué is the Equivalent to GIA’s “I Clarity Range“, which is I1, I2 and I3.[Image] [Image] P1, P2 and P3?Piqué Clarity (Often Abbreviated as P, or PK in Europe) is a Pretty Common Clarity Grade. In Fact, Pique Clarity is one of the Largest Clarity Grades there is!(And no, it doesn’t stand for Soccer Player Gerard Piqué) Piqué Clarity is made up of 3 Clarity Grades: P1, P2 and P3. So What is Piqué Clarity? P Clarity, or Piqué Clarity, is the European term for “Imperfect“. It’s actually a French name meaning “Mark“, “Blemish“, or “Pricked“. And that’s because in Piqué Clarity, these Marks or Blemishes (Inclusions), are Visible! Visible to the Naked Eye, without the use of a 10x Jeweler’s Loupe, Magnification or a Microscope! You can see the Flaws just by looking at the Diamond, and often, these Flaws and Imperfections are HUGE! 3 Piqué Clarity Grades There are 3 Clarity Grades in all with Piqué: P1 (Piqué 1, or 1st Piqué), P2 (Piqué 2, or 2nd Piqué), and P3 (Piqué 3, or 3rd Piqué)… P1 is the Highest of the Bunch, then P2, followed by P3 at the Bottom of the Bucket (P3 is the Lowest Clarity Grade there is!)


In my mind I’m assuming you’re on the hunt for a diamond encrusted watch
Mike_HUKD25/09/2019 17:10

In my mind I’m assuming you’re on the hunt for a diamond encrusted watch (e …In my mind I’m assuming you’re on the hunt for a diamond encrusted watch


Make that two of us then
Mike_HUKD25/09/2019 17:10

In my mind I’m assuming you’re on the hunt for a diamond encrusted watch (e …In my mind I’m assuming you’re on the hunt for a diamond encrusted watch


I've got one already but I assume it's full of crap diamonds - bought from Amazon Warehouse. Nobody notices it, haha.
louiselouise25/09/2019 17:19

I've got one already but I assume it's full of crap diamonds - bought from …I've got one already but I assume it's full of crap diamonds - bought from Amazon Warehouse. Nobody notices it, haha.



This one next yea?

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Mike_HUKD25/09/2019 17:21

This one next yea? [Image]



I wish! Bit gaudy, though, even for me, but I wouldn't knock it back.
chimp14uk25/09/2019 17:34

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Didn’t your mother tell you “diamonds are a girl’s best friend”
There is an smex offer that giives you either 150 cashback or 5% cashback...cant remember which and whether its online or instore
As an example (re me wibbling on about estate/vintage rings above) there was a pre-owned 1.22ct Platinum Cluster Diamond Ring last night
3.7 Grams 950 Platinum
SI1-2 / G 0.66ct TCW Side Diamonds (0.11ct/ea)
VS1-H 0.56ct Round Brilliant Cut Main Diamond

that went for £700!

So watching auctions is your friend.

Also, I'm not shy about cheap(er) rings or diamonds that aren't as good - I bought an 9ct White Gold Argos halo ring that I wear sometimes and it only cost £75. Someone on ebay was trying to sell theirs for £200!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 26th Sep
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