Mimosa

£1,380.00£5,860.00

Flower. Latin Origin

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Mimosa, a truly exceptional Tiffany-style setting with channel-set shoulders, is every bit striking as it is alluring.
Six tantalisingly tall prongs proudly hold the Ethica Diamond above a solid tapering band, accentuating the size of the centre stone.

Totally timeless in its simplicity and elegance, Mimosa is irresistibly gorgeous and perfect for those who love the classic look with maximum brilliance.
The channel-set diamond melée has a total carat weight of 0.28 and is in addition to the carat weight of the centre stone.

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This ring comes as standard with the Ethica Diamond, a diamond alternative. If you would like to have a 100% carbon neutral lab-grown diamond in your ring simply fill in the form below and one of the team will get back to you!

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WANT A 100% CARBON NEUTRAL LAB-GROWN DIAMOND OR OTHER GEMSTONE INSTEAD?

WE NOW OFFER 100% CARBON NEUTRAL LAB-GROWN DIAMONDS FROM DIAMOND FOUNDRY, AND LAB GROWN COLOURED GEMSTONES WHICH YOU CAN CHOOSE TO HAVE SET WITHIN ANY OF OUR PIECES.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CANNOT OFFER HEART CUT LAB-GROWN DIAMONDS. THESE DIAMONDS MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE ON ALL PIECES OF JEWELLERY

SIMPLY FILL IN THE FORM BELOW TO ENQUIRE AND WE WILL BE IN TOUCH WITH THE LATEST AVAILABLE DIAMONDS OR GEMSTONES FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM.

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PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CANNOT OFFER HEART CUT LAB-GROWN DIAMONDS.

Ethica Diamonds operates a process where all items are hallmarked regardless of weight.

We are an Assay Assured Jewellery Retailer. Assay Assured status is only given to retailers who have been independently audited and verified by Assay Assured which is run and overseen by the Edinburgh Assay Office, and ensures that all precious metal jewellery (except items exempt by weight) are independently tested and hallmarked.