- Size of each Cubic Zirconia close to a 0.5 carat diamond (Width:5mm Height:5mm)
- Cubic Zirconia has higher dispersion rate than diamond.
- Extremely difficult to distinguish from natural diamond
- 925 Sterling Silver Coated with Platinum, long-lasting shine
- Simple and elegant for any occasion
The previous cubic zirconia set has been a hit with our members. From the various feedbacks we received from members, it seems a great number love simple and solitaire diamonds (of course, it goes without saying at irresistible price).
It took us at Groupcow a long time to strike another must-buy deal after hard negotiation with our different vendors. Silver prices has been on the increase everyday, vendors are all very reluctant to fix a price on any piece especially on such a low price!!!
We now proudly presents this new cubic zirconia ear ring - another solitaire piece you do not want to go without in your jewellery box.
It gives you just the extra sparkle you need for any occasion. The opulence and abounding sparkle casts a warm radiant to make you standout in the crowd. You can't miss this!!!
Set on 925 sterling silver coated with platinum, this desirable heart shape piece will remain your favorite choice in your jewellery box for a long long time. Brilliance and dispersion, combined with hardness, make Cubic Zirconia a must sought after gem. The dazzling Heart-shape Cubic Zirconia gemstone shimmer and scintillate from every angle. With a size is close to 0.75 carat diamond, it gives this just the sparkle you need and yet the subtleness you want to maintain.
Other than this pair of earrings, there is heart shape pendant of the same series. You may purchase a full set with the heart shape stud earrings!
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If you are looking for a gift, this serves as a perfect one for ladies of any age!
What is Cubic Zirconia?
Cubic zirconia is a synthetic gemstone that very closely resembles diamonds. Because of its startling diamond-like appearance, cubic zirconia is a highly popular gemstone used most frequently in jewelry such as rings, earrings, bracelets and pendants. Although cubic zirconia is synthetic, it is inspired by its natural counterpart, zirconium oxide (ZrO2), first discovered in 1892 but too rare to be commercially profitable. Through a series of separate experiments by German and Soviet scientists, zirconium oxide and yttrium oxide were eventually melted together at temperatures reaching 4,982ºF (2,750ºC) to grow cubic zirconia crystals in the laboratory.
A colorless cubic zirconia is extremely difficult to distinguish from a diamond, and appears identical to the untrained eye.
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