ON SALE - Countess 5CT Oval Double Halo IOBI Cultured Diamond Ring

Size Guide

Countess is resplendent surrounded by a multitude of diamond accents.  All of the attributes of the highest quality, natural diamond are showcased in this breathtaking, 5 carat IOBI Cultured Diamond. The oval centerpiece is positively radiant, with a Clarity Rating: IF and the colorless grade of D-E on the Diamond Grading scale. Expertly cut and polished with the utmost precision producing facets that emanate the most exceptional color and fire.

This stately ring features a double halo of 34, 2.25mm round prong set stones giving the already substantial diamond an even larger appearance. The diamond detail continues along the shoulders of the band for a rich finish. Using only the most premium quality, highly polished, Platinum Plating for the setting and band, the effect is truly exquisite.

An IOBI Cultured Diamond allows for the purchase of a larger, more elaborate jewelry piece, is eco-friendly and conflict free. Our Countess IOBI Cultured Diamond ring is the epitome of luxury jewelry. Whether a symbol of love or the much-deserved self-splurge it is guaranteed to impress. IOBI Cultured Diamonds arrive in a rich velvet ring box for stunning presentation.

Also available in matching pendant and earrings, pictured
IOBI Cultured Diamond: NSCD 5Ct Nano Simulated Carbon Diamond
  • Cut: Oval
  • Setting: Double Halo
  • Color Grade: D-E
  • Clarity Grade: IF
  • Carat Weight: Center Stone - 5Ct (Halo - 34 x2.25mm) (Band 18 x 2mm)
  • Setting Size: 10mm x 14mm (2.1cm overall)
  • Materials: Highest Quality Platinum plating over Solid 925 Sterling Silver
  • Hallmark: Pt950 IOBI 05.00CT
  • Ring Weight: 9 Grams

(Reg $589)


Ring Sizing Chart
Ring sizes listed are in US sizing standards. If you do not know your ring size we suggest the following: 1 - Get a non-stretchy string or paper about 6" long and 1/4" wide. 2 - Wrap around the base of your finger. It has to fit snug, but not too tight, it needs to be comfortable to wear. 3 - Mark the point on the string/paper where it overlaps forming a circle. 4 - Lay the paper/string out on a ruler to determine the measurement. Ring finger measuring tips: Make sure your finger is at a normal body temperature as fingers can shrink or expand when cold or hot. If your knuckle is much larger than your finger’s base, take two separate measurements and choose a size in between. You want a ring to fit over your knuckle, but not be too loose or it will shift around. If you know your ring size in international standards we can convert to US standard using the conversion chart found here We can compare your measurements to the actual ring to ensure fit.