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Ritani Expands Lab-Grown Diamond Inventory for Customers

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Ritani, an online jeweler known for its lab-grown diamonds, has exciting news for their customers.

They have decided to expand their inventory of lab-created diamonds to include a wider range of larger carat weights, specifically over 11 carats. This expansion aligns with Ritani’s commitment to providing customers with a diverse selection to match their preferences and tastes. Lab-grown diamonds have gained popularity in recent years due to their ethical and sustainable origins, as well as their exceptional quality. Ritani’s goal is to continue offering the best choices to their customers and stay ahead of the competition.

On top of the expansion, Ritani is offering an exclusive limited-time promotion. Until August 31, customers can enjoy a generous 25% discount on all engagement ring settings. This is an incredible opportunity for couples to create a personalized and stunning piece of jewelry that represents their unique love story. It’s a chance for them to celebrate their journey of love and commitment with a beautiful symbol that will last a lifetime.

Juliet Gomes, Ritani’s Customer Success Manager, says, “Our customers’ desires have always been our top priority. We understand that choosing the perfect diamond is a deeply personal experience, and our expanded lab-grown diamond inventory aims to empower individuals to find a stone that truly resonates with their vision.”

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