Charles & Colvard Has a New Zodiac Collection
The celestial pendants are set with the company’s lab-grown “Caydia” diamonds.
The Zodiac Collection features all 12 zodiac symbols and their names on medallion pendants, set with “Caydia” lab-grown diamonds.
Best known for its gem-quality moissanite, the company introduced lab-grown diamonds in September 2020 with its Signature Collection.
The company has since introduced several collections featuring Caydia lab-grown diamonds, including personalized jewelry, bangles, fashion rings, and more.
Notably, the Zodiac Collection is the first that won’t also be available in its signature moissanite.
Suitable for layering or worn solo as a statement piece, the pendants capitalize on the personalization trend and the enduring popularity of symbolic and celestial jewelry.
The collection is available in 14-karat white, rose, and yellow gold with the option of 1.2mm diamonds or 2.0mm diamonds.
Total carat weights range from .26ctw to .78ctw, depending on the length of the sign name and the size of the stones.
Prices range from $999 to $1,499.
The collection is available on Charles & Colvard’s website.
SEE: The Charles & Colvard Zodiac Collection
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