"INUCKSHUK" CANADIAN DIAMOND PENDANT
The emblem for the 2010 Winter Olympics was the quintessential Inuit symbol, the Inukshuk. The Inukshuk is traditionally a native loose stone sculpture or marker found in the northern regions of Canada. Ours is crafted in 10 KT white gold and set with a dazzling round 0.03 ct. certified Canadian diamond - and a lot easier to wear. The diamond boasts a colour ranking of H/I with a clarity of SI-2 - an exceptional stone. This unique style suspends from an 18.0-inch box chain included. Certified Canadian diamonds are accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity.
10 KT WHITE GOLD
.03 CT CANADIAN DIAMOND
INCLUDES A 18" 10 KT WHITE GOLD CHAIN
GIFT BOXED/ BAG
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY INCLUDED
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Prized Worldwide for Their Beauty and Brilliance
Canadian Diamonds are the ultimate symbol of devotion, glamour and desirability.
Mined in Canada's northern wilderness where a major repository lay dormant for millions of years under fields of ice 3000 metres thick, finding these beautiful gems was one of the greatest challenges in the history of diamond exploration.