Green Amethyst & Diamond Ring in 14K Gold

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14K white gold ring with one 14 millimeter trillion cut green amethyst and 30 round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 1/7 ct. tw.

Pre-owned sales are final

Product Specifications

Item Number:4683291
Metal Type:Gold
Metal Color:White


The Helzberg Pre-Owned Difference


Our collection of pre-owned engagement rings and jewelry includes the same high-quality jewelry you expect from Helzberg at an even greater value. Helzberg Diamonds has extremely strict standards for every piece of jewelry we present for sale, and our previously owned jewelry is no exception. These pieces are hand-inspected to ensure you receive a high-quality piece of jewelry at the greatest possible value. With Helzberg's collection of pre-owned jewelry, the only difference you'll notice is the price.

All pre-owned sales are final and are not eligible for our Diamond Jewelry Guarantee. Our customers do have the option to purchase a Lifetime Care Plan online or at a Helzberg Diamonds store to cover any repair charges associated with normal wear.


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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.

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