Diamond Solitaires

Cathy Waterman

Moghul Diamond Cat Claw Prong Solitaire

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Price:

$19300

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one-of-a-kind item: ( OOAK )
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Moghul Diamond Cat Claw Prong Solitaire
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  • Moghul Diamond Cat Claw Prong Solitaire
  • Moghul Diamond Cat Claw Prong Solitaire
  • Moghul Diamond Cat Claw Prong Solitaire
  • Moghul Diamond Cat Claw Prong Solitaire

This captivating, one-of-a-kind Cathy Waterman diamond solitaire exudes a distinctive, understated sophistication. The oval, moghul cut diamond is covered in a surface of light reflecting facets to reveal natural tones of warm sand, mocha and faint golden honey. It is set in Cathy's 22K gold cat claw prongs with tiny, round diamonds set in between each one along the side of the gold frame. The diamond is centered on a 22K gold band with meticulously hand-crafted detail and sparkling diamond pavé along the front portion of the top and bottom as well as all the way around the band.A tiny diamond detail awaits discovery along the back of the band. Wear this exquisite ring as a symbol of an engagement, commitment or special occasion.

oval rustic diamond : 7mm x 10mm : 2.60ct
22K yellow gold band : 2mm
diamonds : .21cttw
available size : 6.5
please contact us for sizing options

oval rustic diamond : 7mm x 10mm : 2.60ct
22K yellow gold band : 2mm
diamonds : .21cttw
available size : 6.5
please contact us for sizing options

CALIFORNIA - Cathy Waterman has been one of TWIST’s most beloved jewelry designers for over 10 years. Her collections of necklaces, rings, earrings and bracelets are some of the most sought after jewelry in the country and offer a lyrical, feminine and quietly understated combination of diamonds, platinum, 22K gold and other hand selected stones. You’ve seen her jewelry everywhere – from magazine covers to the Oscars – and understand it’s not about the biggest bling or largest carat stone, but the quiet, dreamy sophistication of each hand-finished piece.