MINOU Diamond ring, Solitaire ring, silver
The diamond is an ethically lab-grown diamond, set in a tube.
The ring has a round rail 2 mm wide.
Facts about lab-grown diamonds
How are natural vs lab grown diamonds produced?
Natural diamonds are formed deep in the bedrock (160-200 km below the earth's surface) by compressing coal under high pressure and high heat. This process takes many millions of years.
The lava flow slowly pushes the diamond up towards the earth's surface.
The diamonds are dug up in countries such as Botswana, Canada and Russia and then cut and polished in Antwerp or India.
When a lab-grown diamond is produced, this process is recreated with a fragment of a diamond that is then subjected to pressure and high heat. This process is significantly shorter (weeks) and can be done anywhere in the world with few people involved.
The result is a traceable and conflict-free diamond.
Notice. The Swede Erik Lundblad was the first in the world to produce the first lab-grown diamond in 1953.
Dimensions & details
Size guide rings
How to find out your ring size
- Measure an existing ring you have at home
Measure it with a ruler or tape measure internal diameter in mm
(do not bring the metal).
- Buy a ring gauge
Order a ring gauge that is easy to use. Wrap the band around the finger you want to wear the new ring. Read through the small magnifying glass.
- Measure the circumference of your finger
Take a piece of string or thread and measure the circumference around your finger. Where the ends meet, cut off and measure on a ruler. The measurement you get in mm is the circumference.
Compare this number with the size chart above.
For a more detailed guide, read RING SIZE GUIDE
About the collection
⭐️ Free shipping above 1500 SEK
⭐️ Delivery time depends on destination
💝 Your jewelry is always delivered nicely wrapped.
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