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Product Description

Clara Pucci is a design, manufacturing and retailer of unique jewelry located in the center of the largest Jewelry District in California. We offer the highest quality jewelry products and materials in a broad range of styles. They are created, designed and manufactured here in Los Angeles. We use a variety of loose stones on our products, which range from natural, to lab-created and simulated stones.

When shopping for simulated diamond jewelry, it is important to remember that not all simulated stones are made from the same materials and prices can range significantly from one stone to another. Many diamond stimulants are artificial but some do appear naturally.

  • The stones sold by Clara Pucci are genuine.
  • The information provided regarding the cut, clarity and size of our stones are true.
  • We have over 30 years of experience, high customer ratings and can back every claim we make.

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