Product Code: 9887
from £99.00 to £159.00
Cubic zirconia is the finest diamond simulation you can buy - incredibly clear and sparkly, these large faceted stones are exceptionally beautiful and an ideal collector's piece for gemstones lovers or for anyone who would like to have a beautiful replica of part of the crown jewels.
Incorporated in this collection we have a replica (slightly smaller than the real one) of the famous Cullinan I teardrop diamond, more commonly known as the Great Star Of Africa. This is the largest polished white diamond in the world and is now mounted in the head of the Royal Sceptre as part of the British Crown Jewels! We also have, although not to size, imitations of some of the other nine Cullinan diamonds which are also set in some of the most dazzling pieces of jewellery in the royal collection.
Available in this collection:
In addition to these collector's pieces, we also stock a large range of cubic zirconia faceted stones in a wide range of sizes more suitable to everyday jewellery.
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|UK Standard||Calculated in shopping basket||£3.95 - £6.95|
|UK Next Day Delivery*||Calculated in shopping basket||from £7.95|
|UK Saturday Delivery||Calculated in shopping basket||from £14.00|
*Orders for Next Day Delivery must be placed before 12pm, Monday to Friday. Heavy orders weighing over 1.5Kg must be placed before 10.30am - usually only orders containing machines and multiple tools. You will receive your order the following day** not including Saturday & Sunday (Deliveries for highlands & islands may take a little longer). Next day and Saturday Delivery are signed for services.
*Next day deliveries for highlands & islands may take a little longer.
**Update to services - Next Day Delivery Services are prioritised but no refund of delivery fees will be available for late deliveries.
UPDATE: 21st December 2020 - we have paused international deliveries and will resume as soon as we can in January.