Judith Ripka 14K Clad Rock Crystal Quartz Diamonique Ring

Judith Ripka 14K Clad Rock Crystal Quartz Diamonique Ring
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Layers of sparkle will leave you loving this Judith Ripka 14K gold-clad sterling silver ring--from its heart-shaped rock crystal quartz to its glimmering rows of cubic zirconia Diamonique(R) simulated diamonds. From Judith Ripka.

  • 14K yellow gold-clad sterling silver
  • Total rock crystal quartz weighs approximately 6.50 carats
  • Total Diamonique(R) simulated diamond weight is approximately 1/2 carat; simulated diamonds are cubic zirconia
  • Heart-shaped rock crystal quartz bezel set at center; prong-set Diamonique simulated diamonds on top; twisted-rope motif
  • Sizes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
  • Measures approximately 5/8"L x 3/4"W
  • Imported

Reviews & Community QA

Judith Ripka 14K Clad Rock Crystal Quartz Diamonique Ring is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lovely Heart, Rose Gold Look With all the detailing, this ring has a crowned jewel feeling. Indeed, it reminds of a crown. The three rows of Diamoniques over the main clear stone add that extra sparkle, and further the sense of a royal crown. In person, those three rows of diamond simulant CZs seem melded to or to touch the large clear heart stone, at least at a glance, though not on close inspection. Overall, those rows of Diamoniques give the main heart stone a domed appearance. It’s a uniquely lovely design. The rose gold version of this ring which I brought home, hints of Morganite in the main event stone, because the full/complete rose gold backing of the under-gallery gives that clear crystal quartz heart a coppery rose gold, pinky peachy coloration. In subtle lighting, such as by candlelight in the evenings, you mostly see the rosy, coppery color. In brighter lighting, like noonday sun, the clear quartz shows generous flashes of clear white, as well as plenty of the rose gold, or soft Morganite coloration. I am certain that the yellow gold version of this ring would, in the same way, give that golden sense to the clear heart stone. I would love that one too. As a major ‘Ring Ripkanista’, this ring is what I’d overall call a medium sized ring. But I’ve always loved my rings BIG and bold, so I lean towards Judith Ripka’s largest rings, which are too big for some. I adore my knuckle-busters. To me, a solitaire stone or top of the ring presence measuring in at as much as 3/4 inches wide, by an inch long, knuckle to knuckle, is just right. Still, when the design is gorgeous, especially as in vintage or estate styles rings, I do also love some medium to smaller rings, for more everyday wear; or for times when I don’t want too much attention, or perhaps in more conservative situations. This is a beautifully crafted ring, with a glorious glow whichever way you go, whether rose or yellow gold, or the silver option, and if you are into hearts (like I have been lately), it just might be the perfect fit for you. Thank you again, Judith and the Q, for bringing so many affordable crown jewels to those of us who are princesses and queens in our hearts, but couldn’t spend the millions to make these dreams come true. And as to the hearts, I love them more and more every year (and more especially since my tiny granddaughter’s open heart surgery success). Please oh please, Judith, will you bring me a HUUUGE red heart ring? A big and bold ruby red Diamonique solitaire heart would be GRAND! I will love you forever and all the more if you will offer that! I’d pay a lot for it. I’ve been dreaming of it for years! And you will do it best. There’s nothing in the world like Judith Ripka wearable art style. I can’t imagine better. Hugs, from my heart!
Date published: 2018-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding This ring is much more extravagant than the picture shows. It's a head-turner. I got this ring for my fiancee and she loves it..
Date published: 2017-12-29
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