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Brilladia Drop shaped diamond pendant white gold BDP0015-18KWSL

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There are jewelry basics that no woman can do without. They are characterised by their classic forms and neutral colouring and can therefore be combined again and again. To this kind of jewellery belongs the pendant in drop form, which is set above and above with 35 diamonds with 0,20 ct (total). They even make the eyelet glow with which the pendant can be worn on a chain. The abbreviation ct stands for carat. It is the unit of measurement for the weight of gems. Our gemstones are subject to strict quality control and meet the highest international standards. They are individually tested by hand. A rhodium plating provides additional shine: high-quality 18ct white gold was used as the base material for the pendant. The white gold has been rhodium-plated, which means that it has been given a layer of rhodium. Thanks to this surface treatment, the pendant gets additional shine, is more tarnish resistant and protected against abrasion.
Model Number BDP0015-18KWSL
Colour silver
Colour (gemstone) white
Brand Brilladia
Material 18K White gold
Weight approx. 0.7 g
Width 5.7 mm
Thickness 3.4 mm
Pendant - Height without Eyelet 8.3 mm
Pendant - Height with Eyelet 15.3 mm
Stone Type 35 x Diamond (TW/SI) - 0.2 ct. (total)
Diamond Clarity SI - small inclusions
Diamond Colour G - Fine White (Top Wesselton)
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