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GOLDSMITHS RADIANT STAR 18CT GOLD 1.00CT DIAMOND RING - Half Price - Was £3750, Now only £1875
GOLDSMITHS RADIANT STAR 18CT GOLD 1.00CT DIAMOND RING - Half Price - Was £3750, Now only £1875

GOLDSMITHS RADIANT STAR 18CT GOLD 1.00CT DIAMOND RING - Half Price - Was £3750, Now only £1875

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For the woman in your life, now 1/2 price

Maybe your getting engaged? Seen this in store and its a beauty for the money IMO

Also available in 18ct (Yellow) Gold (see linky below)

18ct White Gold, 3 Stone, 1.00ct Brilliant Cut, 4 Claw Diamond Ring

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only £1875:w00t:

This is the correct price for this item really.
1 carat total = 0.33 per stone.
1 carat stone is very expensive, but 3 small ones are cheaper.
Also, there is NO information on the individual diamonds used, so they will not have a good colour, cut, clarity etc...

Be very careful buying Radiant Star diamonds, or buying from Goldsmiths in general.

The Radiant Star cut is a beautiful diamond, but the extra facets hide inclusions to the untrained eye, so they tend to chose low grade diamonds to cut this way, but charge high grade prices.

The Goldsmiths Website states that they provide dual certificates for all radiant star diamonds - they don't! They offer no guarantee on the quality of these diamonds, you could be getting anything.

I bought a similar ring to propose to my girlfriend costing £1875 - and that was half price! I had to return it because there was a large inclusion in the middle of the main diamond. They replaced the stone and promised me that the new stone was visually clean. I picked it up only to find two very obvious inclusions in the girdle. Neither diamond came with a certificate, although advertised as such, and both were worth a fraction of their sale price due to the inclusions - even at half price.

Had to cancel the trip away that I was planning to propose on, and I can't buy a new ring because I'm still waiting on my refund.

Profanius;7987357

Be very careful buying Radiant Star diamonds, or buying from Goldsmiths … Be very careful buying Radiant Star diamonds, or buying from Goldsmiths in general.The Radiant Star cut is a beautiful diamond, but the extra facets hide inclusions to the untrained eye, so they tend to chose low grade diamonds to cut this way, but charge high grade prices.The Goldsmiths Website states that they provide dual certificates for all radiant star diamonds - they don't! They offer no guarantee on the quality of these diamonds, you could be getting anything.I bought a similar ring to propose to my girlfriend costing £1875 - and that was half price! I had to return it because there was a large inclusion in the middle of the main diamond. They replaced the stone and promised me that the new stone was visually clean. I picked it up only to find two very obvious inclusions in the girdle. Neither diamond came with a certificate, although advertised as such, and both were worth a fraction of their sale price due to the inclusions - even at half price.Had to cancel the trip away that I was planning to propose on, and I can't buy a new ring because I'm still waiting on my refund.



Good advice thanks :thumbsup:
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