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Phoenix Victor Pavé Band
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Phoenix Victor Pavé Band

A double pave of lab-grown diamonds encircles this recycled 18K gold ring. It symbolizes eternity and the strength that dwells within us.
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Yellow gold

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Phoenix Victor Pavé Band
Phoenix Victor Pavé Band
Meant to be worn as a base layering crown, this jewel is a mark of a life cycle reborn and complete.
A modern jewel for the triumphant
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Phoenix Victor Pavé Band

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An Ode to triumphs and victories

The Phoenix Victor Pavé Ring is a modern piece of jewelry, a true allegory of the infinite cycles of life. Hand-set by Unsaid's master craftsmen, a double pavé of lab-grown diamonds surrounds the 18K recycled gold ring. Designed to be worn as the base of a crown jewel, this ring reminds us that each challenge is an opportunity to be reborn and to further emancipate oneself. Available for engraving, this ring is an invitation to transcend time and embrace eternity. Made in 18K recycled white, yellow and rose gold.

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Jewel reference U10RG24


Gold weight 18K: 4.55 gr

18K recycled gold


Total diamond weight: 0.49 carat

Patented Phoenix cut: 33 facets

Diamond colour: D-E-F

Diamond clarity: VVS1 à VVS2

Delivered with an IGI certificate above 0.5 carat


Certificate of authenticity is included

Size guide

Find the perfect fit

Our printable ring size chart has more information. Click on the link below and let us help you find the perfect fit.

Ring size guide

Size (EU)

Inside (MM)

44

14.01

45

14.33

46

14.65

47

14.97

48

15.29

49

15.61

50

15.92

51

16.24

52

16.56

53

16.88

54

17.20

55

17.52

56

17.83

57

18.15

58

18.49

59

18.79

60

19.11

61

19.43

62

19.75

63

20.06

64

20.38

65

20.70

66

21.02

The inspiration

Rise again

Mythology and art show the phoenix as a mark of rebirth and renewal. Egyptians accepted it as the sun god Ra who flew to Heliopolis, the city of the sun. While gathering spices, the sun set its roost on fire as it landed, burning the phoenix in flames. From the ashes, the bird resurrected to begin a new five-hundred-year life cycle.

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