Taylor - 1.5 ct Princess
Classic, timeless, chic. This 1.5-carat princess cut solitaire ring checks all the boxes. It was one of our top sellers in 2020, and for good reason. The 100% simulated diamond material (AAA CZ) stone is set in a beautiful prong setting made of certified 925 sterling silver, then plated in rhodium. It will never tarnish or turn your finger green. The solitaire, while simple, will always be in fashion, and pairs easily with our other stackable rings, if you ever want to add more sparkle. Especially the Charlotte and the Marquessa (Pictured).
Between sizes? For ½ sizes, get one of our ring sizers. Get a size small sizer for this ring.
The setting is made of 925 sterling silver
Plated in Rhodium (silver) or 14k Gold
Stones are made of AAA CZ
Product Size and Fit
All Starlette Galleria rings are standard US sizes. If you aren’t sure of your size, check out this Size Guide for hep!
We will replace a ring, if for any reason, the setting malfunctions within normal wear and tear in a 30-day period.
If you wish to purchase an extended warranty, you can grab one here!
Shipping and returns
We ship every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday before 1 pm MST.
Our packages are still packed up and sealed with love from Colorado Springs, CO.
We are not responsible for any taxes or duties for international shipments.
Who is Starlette Galleria?
Starlette Galleria is proudly woman owned and operated since 2019.
With the same fire and brilliance as a real diamond, our simulated diamond rings are as strikingly beautiful in real life as they appear here. The settings are made of certified 925 sterling silver and plated in gold or rhodium, so they will never turn your finger green or leave any marks.
Our stones are made of 100% simulated diamond material, AAA machine-cut cubic zirconia, and carefully prong set, never glued, to make sure your investment stays secure.
Perfect for travel, pregnancy, weddings, engagements, anniversaries, or simply to celebrate yourself, a Starlette Galleria ring means that forever doesn't have to cost a fortune. If you can't tell the difference between CZ and diamond, trust us — no one else will.