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Champagne Marquise Flamingo
NOK 19 990
• Free, traceable & insured shipping
• Lifelong Warranty & 90-Day Return
• All taxes & duties included
Elevate your style with this captivating masterpiece. At its heart shines a splendid 1,70 carat natural citrine in a sunny-meets-champagne hue, beautifully set in 14K solid yellow gold.
The ring band boasts a sleek flat design, measuring 1,5 mm in width, ensuring comfort and elegance in one stunning package.
This ring is ideal for those who want a statement piece, but who still prefer a subtle, low-profile beauty. Plus, it's a versatile piece that stacks effortlessly with our Snake Tails and Swan Tails designs, allowing you to create your own unique and personalized jewelry ensemble. Embrace the warmth and elegance of this exquisite ring and make it a part of your everyday style.
This piece is ready-to-ship in size 54. Expected delivery time is 2-3 working days in Norway, and 1 week in the rest of the world.
Should you require the ring in a different size, we can resize it for you free of charge. However, please allow an additional 3-4 weeks for resizing.
However, in this holiday season, our goldsmiths are working extra hours and resizing time has been reduced. Please place your order by December 11th for us to guarantee delivery by December 24th.
We ship all orders with DHL Express and we compensate 100% of the carbon emissions from all Nangi deliveries.
All taxes and duties are included in the price, so you won't have to pay for anything separately or upon arrival.
Every piece is hand made with love, and we are so sure about the quality of our products that we offer a lifetime warranty should there be any manufacturing fault.
For more information on the Nangi warranty, please visit our Terms & Conditions page
We are happy to offer a full refund for any piece(s) which meet our return policy within 90 days of receipt. The ring is currently a size 54 and is resizable at no charge. Once resized, however, it is non-refundable. For more information on Nangi returns, please visit our Terms & Conditions page
About the marquise cut
The marquise cut is a classic and historic gemstone shape that captures hearts thanks to its whimsical shape that resembles a smile. Although we don't blame you if you see something else. Marquise cut stones are also called boat-shaped and eye-shaped diamonds, or the navette. None of these are incorrect; in fact, the “navette” cut diamond, which translates from the French language to “little ship,” is often considered similar in shape to all these things.
The long-thin body and pointed ends draws the eye up, so your fingers will look longer and thinner when you're sporting this ring. Moreover, this gemstone shape's elongated body can make its appearance larger than its actual carat weight. So you'll be able to buy the same carat weight and have your gemstone look bigger than someone who purchases, say, a round brilliant diamond.
The word “marquise” is derived from French, and refers to the wife of a marquis (nobleman) – also called a marchioness. A marquise (marchioness) can also be a woman who has a high social ranking in her own right – a noblewoman.
The origin of a marquise cut gemstone lies in 18th century France, during the reign of King Louis XV. It is believed that the King wanted a diamond resembling the full lips of his lover, Marchioness Madame de Pompadour, Jean Antoinette Poisson. The result was a stone that indicated high social ranking in the French court.
Despite its dramatic look, marquise cut gemstone rings are rarely seen in engagement rings; but for some non-traditional brides, that only increases the appeal. This is the perfect ring for couples looking for a unique ring to celebrate their love and devotion, and a gorgeous choice for a girl who's looking for a power ring out of the ordinary.
Citrine is a stone as bright as its energy. Everything about this stone emanates positivity and joy. Even its name, which is derived from the French word for lemon, carries a sense of sun and joy attached to it. Citrine scores 7 on Mohs hardness scale, and is therefore one of the most durable gemstones. Citrine includes yellow to gold to orange-brown shades of transparent quartz. Although the darker, orange colors of citrine, sometimes called Madeira citrine after the color of the wine, has generally been the most valued color, but in modern times many people prefer the bright lemony shades which mix better with pastel colors.
Citrine has been an ornamental gem for civilizations as early as 300 B.C., and a favorite with jewelry makers since the ancient Greeks and Romans. The stone’s popularity resurged again during the Art Deco era, as early Hollywood stars boasted citrine jewelry like elaborate broaches, grand necklaces and other pieces where large faceted citrine was the center piece.
The gemstone is the official birthstone of November. Considered the gemstone to provide greater or increased hearing, citrine also promotes success, abundance, and clear thinking.
The Flamingo Collection is inspired by the bright pink to orange birds famous for their slender legs, long, graceful necks, large wings, and short tails. The word ‘flamingo’ comes from the Spanish word ‘flamenco’ meaning fire, which refers to the stunning colors of their feathers. Flamingos are highly social animals, and they symbolize beauty, balance, confidence and grace.
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