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Amethyst & Lab-Created White Sapphire Ring in 10K Gold

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Amethyst & Lab-Created White Sapphire Ring in 10K Gold

Featuring a rectangular 12x10 millimeter amethyst and 8 round lab-created white sapphires measuring 1.25 to 2 millimeters, this 14K white gold ring is a gem in itself.
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Ships in 1 business day. Estimated delivery date is 12/22/2014 with ground delivery.  Details.
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Product Specifications

Item Number:1878774
Center Stone Cut:Cushion
Stone Shape:Rectangular
Stone Type:Gemstone
Center Stone Nature:Natural
Metal Type:Gold
Metal Color:White

All jewelry has been enlarged to show beauty of detail. Gemstones may have been treated or enhanced by heating or irradiation and require special care in jewelry repair or cleaning.

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Amethyst


Amethyst, the gemstone believed by ancient Greeks and Romans to ward off the intoxicating powers of Bacchus, also is said to keep the wearer clear-headed and quick-witted. Throughout history, the gemstone has been associated with many myths, legends, religions, and numerous cultures. English regalia were even decorated with amethysts during the Middle Ages to symbolize royalty. It has been associated with many myths, legends, religions, and numerous cultures. Amethyst is purple quartz, a beautiful blend of violet and red that can found in every corner of the earth. Historically, the finest amethyst were found in Russia and were featured in much royal European jewelry. Today, while Brazil is the primary source of this gemstone, fine material can be found elsewhere, especially in Zambia.