Round Kentucky Blue Sapphire and Diamond Three-Stone Pendant (18 in.)

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This captivating three-stone pendant features two round Kentucky blue sapphires, at approximately .26 carat TW, and one round diamond, at approximately .10 carat TW. Hanging form an 18-inch box chain and crafted from quality 14 karat yellow gold, the total gem weight is approximately .36 carat.

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Item Number: 41055661
$595

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Item Number 41055661
*Chain Type Box
*Clasp Type Lobster
Length 18 inch
*Metal Finish Polished
Metal Type 14K Yellow Gold
Sapphire Color Kentucky Blue
Stone Shape Round
Stone Type Sapphire
*Total Carat Weight 1/3 ct. t.g.w.
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Learn More About Sapphire

Rubies and Sapphires
  • To clean rubies and sapphire jewelry at home, use a lukewarm solution of water and mild dishwashing soap, or one part ammonia to six parts water. Keep your gems brilliant by gently brushing them with a small bristle brush, especially underneath where dirt collects. Rinse and dry.

  • Gold Jewelry
  • Proper care of your gold jewelry will assure a long-lasting glow. Gold is tarnish-resistant, but it can get dirty or smudged.
  • Every so often, clean your gold jewelry with a mild detergent or ammonia solution (one part ammonia to six parts water). Avoid ammonia solution when cleaning pieces that contain pearls.
  • Do not use any kind of abrasive that might scratch the gold.
  • Use a soft brush to gently clean intricate filigree designs and under stones.
  • Rinse and wipe jewelry after cleaning

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