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Diamond Push Back Earrings

Diamond Push Back Earrings

Regular price $395.00 USD
Regular price $790.00 USD Sale price $395.00 USD
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These classic diamond solitaire earrings are made with 14K white, yellow, or rose gold. It's is set with a lab-grown diamond and has a screw back closure. These earrings are available in all three colors, 14k white, yellow, and rose gold. They can also be made with a push back closure.

Diamond is 0.50 carat
VS - Clarity
F- Color

What you need to know about lab-grown diamonds

What are lab-grown diamonds? Are they real diamonds? What are the benefits of purchasing a lab-grown or engineered and cultured diamond compared to buying a regular diamond? Using new cutting edge technology, the diamond you have been dreaming of can be made in a more sustainable, mining free, cruelty-free, and eco-friendly way. These diamonds are real and are physically, chemically, and optically the same as Earth-mined diamonds. New technological developments have made it possible to replicate the natural process of the way natural diamonds form. The benefits of purchasing a cultured diamond range from the more affordable prices to its significant impact on the environment, which prevents excessive use of energy and mining of Earth’s natural resources.

Our goal is to produce high quality, affordable, and environmentally friendly jewelry, each with its’ own unique touch.


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  • an absolute must-have!! such a gorgeous gorgeous piece of jewelry <3 i've been wearing it everyday for a month and get so many compliments on it <33


  • Its absolutely stunning. Isabel responded really quickly to my questions and shipping was super fast. Some of the sale proceeds go to a good cause too, Will never stop buying from this shop <3

  • super cute and sexy,

    i love it!

  • I'm absolutely obsessed!!! It's super cute!! And it's comfortable! Just be careful not to get it caught on anything

    (that doesn't happen often though)