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1.000 x 1.000 x 1.000 inches
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Rose Gold Filled Rainbow Moonstone Mothers Stacking Ring June Birthstone Ring
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ROSE Gold Filled Rainbow Moonstone Stacking Ring - Stackable Ring - June Birthstone Ring - Mothers Rings - Gemstone Ring
Blue rainbow moonstone stacking rose gold filled ring with a dotted shank. With tons of color play and a good size for displaying its unique beauty, with a great clean cut and fantastic polish, this rainbow moonstone ring can be worn alone or in a stack of rings.
Ring shank = 1.5mm gold filled dotted wire
Approx carats per stone: 2.5
Country of Origin: India
I can make it in half and quarter sizes. Please allow 5 - 6 BUSINESS days for the fabrication of this ring.
Gold filled might be better described as "gold overlay" because that explains how it is made. A sheet of gold is mechanically bonded to the base metal. Or a tube of gold is pulled over and bonded to a base metal wire. Gold filled can last a life time. Gold plate might last weeks, or at best, a year when oils and body acids are allowed to touch it.
More about gold filled, on Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold-filled_jewelry
PLEASE EMAIL ME WITH YOUR SIZE!
If you need help figuring out your ring size please visit http://www.bluenile.com/pdf/bluenile_ringsizer_copyright2008.pdf
All my jewelry is handcrafted by me in my home studio, and it is new, unworn. I work only with top quality materials (sterling silver and gemstones that I purchase from long established companies).
All of my work is built to last at least a lifetime. If you have any problem with something purchased from me, as long as the damage is not due to intentional abuse, my warranty coves the repairs. Just contact me and be ready to pay the low shipping both ways - I cover the rest. It's as simple as that.
January 27th, 2013
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