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120円

Ross-Simons Cultured Pearl and 28.00 ct. t.w. Beaded Sapphire Br

Product description

With a commitment to quality and affordability, Ross-Simons presents timeless jewelry for the modern woman. Our bracelet features 28.00 ct. t.w. sapphire beads and a lush 9-10mm cultured freshwater pearl center, creating quite an impression! Set in polished 14kt yellow gold. Lobster clasp, white pearl and sapphire bracelet. Each Ross-Simons item arrives in a fine jewelry presentation box. Shop Ross-Simons jewelry risk-free as all items include a 30-day, 100% money-back guarantee.

Stone Information
Gem Type 1: Sapphire
Stone Cut 1: Good-Cut
Stone Color 1: Blue
Stone Clarity 1: Blue
Stone Shape 1: Round-Shape
Stone Creation Method 1: Natural
Stone Treatment Method 1: Heated
Stone Weight 1: 29.00-33.00 Carats
Number Of Stones 1: 0

Pearl Information
Pearl Type 1: Freshwater-Cultured
Pearl Minimum Color 1: White
Pearl Lustre 1: Medium-Luster
Pearl Shape 1: Semi-Round
Pearl Uniformity 1: Good
Pearl Surface Blemishes 1: Moderately Blemished
Pearl Stringing Method 1: Moderately Blemished
Size Per Pearl 1: 9-10mm
Number Of Pearls 1: 1

Ross-Simons Cultured Pearl and 28.00 ct. t.w. Beaded Sapphire Br

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