With this cherry blossom diamond ring on your finger, you'll never worry about someone else having the same one -- I promise.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 25, 2016
In honor of the the iconic cherry blossoms in Washington, DC, Mervis Diamonds created a diamond variety selling for $100,000. The ring is made of natural pink diamonds, one of the rarest and most sought-after fancy colors of diamond. The 1.68 carats of diamonds are set in a hand-made ring of two-toned white and rose 18K gold. Design and production of the engagement ring has been a partnership between Mervis Diamonds and Jeff Cooper.
The $100,000 price tag makes this cherry blossom diamond ring the most lavish of its kind. While the average tourist may leave DC with a few cherry blossom mementos, one lucky couple will have a unique piece of fine jewelry to keep and memories for a lifetime. The center round brilliant diamond is graded as 1.68 carats and VS2 clarity.
"These first few weeks of Spring are a very popular time for couples to get engaged in Washington DC. The cherry blossoms make the perfect backdrop for that special moment," says Jonathan Mervis.
Interested lovers can inquire for more information at the Mervis site here.
Mervis Diamonds is a family business with three stores in the Washington, DC area. The company specializes in engagement rings and wedding rings.
Recipients of The Knot Hall of Fame Award for 5+ years of Best of Weddings recognition. And Voted Best Place to Buy a Diamond on Washingtonpost.com
1900 Mervis Way, Tysons, VA
1775 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD
1700 K Street, NW, Washington, DC