ClickCease 0.5 Carat Moissanite Diamond Dancing Stone Heart Necklace 925 Sterling — Floyd Michel Skip to content
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0.5 Carat Moissanite Diamond Dancing Stone Heart Necklace 925 Sterling Silver MFN8135

Ends soon! Shop now with complimentary delivery, returns and exchanges 💎

Original price £29.00 - Original price £29.00
Original price
£29.00
£29.00 - £29.00
Current price £29.00



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Moissanite is the best alternative to a diamond

It can pass diamond tester

Chain Size: 17.5" (44.5 cm) 

Pendant Size: 1 cm X 1.5 cm

Main Stone : Moissanite Diamond (Lab Grown)

Main Stone Size:  0.5 mm (0.5 Carat)

Color: D E F

Clarity: VVS1

Cut: Excellent

Main Stone Shape: Round Brilliant

Side Stones: CZ Simulated Diamonds

Metal: Real Solid 925 Sterling Silver

Stamp: S925

Plating: Rhodium Plated

Finish: High Polished

Nickel Free Lead Free

Guarantee High Quality

If you would like to find out your size from the comfort of your home, you need to gather a few general household items, including:

💎 A sheet of clean, crisp paper

💎 A pair of scissors

💎 A millimeter ruler or tape measure

💎 A pen or pencil

PRO TIP: Only use clean paper, rather than a ribbon or string. Paper won’t stretch, but a ribbon or a string may and this can result in a wrong measurement.

💎 Cut the paper into a ribbon about 1.5cm in width

💎 Wrap the ribbon of paper around the base of the finger you want to measure.

💎 Hold the paper end in place and check it slips back over your knuckle.

💎 Use a pen to mark where the paper ribbon meets itself.

💎 Remove the paper from your finger and smooth it out along a millimetre ruler. 

💎 Take the ruler measurement and check it on the Measurement Chart in the next tab to find your ring size.

Already have a ring that fits perfectly? 

Use the same method above, but wrap the paper ribbon on the inside of your ring instead.