The top of the band is differentiated thanks to textured yellow gold, cubic zirconia crystals, and white rhodium accents.
The yellow gold band is highlighted from the top thanks to a sandblasted texture, which sets it apart from the smoother, high-polish lower arc.
The white rhodium accent appears at a slanted angle, with two distinct slants on both sides of the center crystal.
A stunning synthetic cubic zirconia crystal is held at the center between two ends of the band, tipped with white rhodium, with a tension-mount setting.
The two slants of white rhodium detailing on the sides of the center crystal each contain three delicate synthetic cubic zirconia crystals.
This makes them sparkle and shine under the light.
Material and Gemstones
The yellow gold band is made from genuine 14k gold rather than just plated or filled.
14k gold differs from 10k, 18k, and 24k, making it the best choice for a promise ring.
While 14k gold contains a higher amount of pure gold than 10k, it’s definitely less than 18k, and 24k, which is pure gold.