Charles Green & Son Infinity Platinum Solitaire with Halo Cluster 0.66ct Diamond Ring


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Charles Green & Son Infinity Platinum Solitaire with Halo Cluster 0.66ct Diamond Ring
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The year that Beethoven wrote his Ninth Symphony with its beautiful Ode to Joy. George IV was King of England, Charles X of France and in the USA James Monroe was President. That same year in Birmingham, England, Charles Green was a Jeweller.

The company has remained in the hands of the Green family for six generations and, to this day, manufactures in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Over the last two hundred years Charles Green has become synonymous with quality, hand crafted, British Jewellery. Today, they combine the latest technology and ground breaking engineering with traditional handcrafting techniques to create truly breathtaking jewellery.

Charles Green jewellery is created to last for generations.

  • Design reference: ENX102
  • Platinum
  • Size: M
  • Colour Grade: F
  • Clarity Grade: SI1
  • Carat Weight: Total 0.66ct (centre stone 0.30ct; stone set shoulders and cluster element, combined weight 0.36ct)
  • Diamond grading laboratory: G.I.A.


*image shown to illustrate design; proportions may vary dependent on stone size



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