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Vintage Black Gold Filled Sapphire CZ Statement Ring

$34.99

Beautiful black gold-filled ring featuring: deep blue round sapphire cz center stone, offset with 34 round sapphire simulant accent stones, and intricate filigree detailing. The halo design with filigree accents produces a beautiful vintage gothic style. 

 

Each piece is handcrafted and individually inspected for quality. This ring would make perfect statement piece, beautiful gift, or non-traditional diamond alternative engagement ring. 

 

 -100% Eco-Friendly, conflict-free 

   -10ct Black Gold Filled 

   -AAA Rated Blue Cubic Zirconia Gemstones 

   -Sizes: 6,7, & 8

   -FREE Gift Box 

   -Individually packaged ready for gifting!

 

Same-day shipping with tracking. If you have any questions, feel free to inquire.

 

••••••••DETAILS••••••••

 

SPECIFICATIONS:

    -Setting: 10kt Black Gold Filled

    -Weight: 3.5g* (varies based on size)

    -Finger Size: 6, 7 & 8

 

CENTER STONE: AAA Rated Blue Cubic Zirconia

     -Carat Weight: 1.2 ct

     -Cut: Brilliant Round

   ACCENT STONES: AAA Rated Blue Cubic Zirconia

     -Cut: (34) Brilliant Round

 

Total Carat: 2.2ct

                                                                               

 

••••INFORMATION••••

 

GOLD-FILLED:

 

Gold-filled pieces are considered lifetime products. The term gold-filled is often confused with gold-plated. However, both the construction and gold content are significantly different. During production, layers of solid gold are applied to a base metal through heat - applying a thick sheet of gold. In order for an item to qualify as gold-filled, it must meet certain legal standards. Gold-filled jewelry contains almost 100 times more gold than plated items. Consequently, gold-filled items are far more valuable. They also do not tarnish, fade, or flake off like plated items. Because of this, gold-filled jewelry is a quality cost effective alternative to solid gold.

 

BLACK GOLD:

 

Black color comes from a plating process using rhodium to color gold black. This process is also used in white gold to help maintain color. Because the color occurs from a plating process, the black color can wear off in time. To prevent this, avoid wearing in pools or while cleaning with abrasives or chemicals. 

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