Emerald Cut Black Sapphire and Round Diamond Vintage Ring

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This striking ring is crafted in quality 14 karat white gold with milgrain detailing for a vintage inspired feel. One emerald cut black sapphire, at approximately 6.85 carats, is beautifully surrounded by 50 round diamonds, at approximately .76 carat TW. The total gem weight of this dazzling design is approximately 7.61 carats.

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Item Number: 41064213
$1,950

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Item Number 41064213
Metal Finish Diamond Cut
Metal Type 14K White Gold
Sapphire Color Black
*Setting Type Pave
Stone Shape Emerald Cut
Stone Type Black Sapphire
*Total Carat Weight 7 1/2 ct. t.g.w.
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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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