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Round White Sapphire

Round White Sapphire

Diameter (mm): 6.4 mm Carat: 0.94  ct
Certification : Shane Co. Lab

 

 

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Description

This round white sapphire has been hand-selected for quality and its exquisite color. Only the most beautiful sapphires with the greatest color consistency make it into our Shane Co. locations.

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    Ruby and Sapphire Specifications

    Shape

    : Round

    Diameter (mm)

    : 6.4

    Carat

    : 0.94

    Serial

    : 17J041Q

    L/W Ratio

    : -

    Depth %

    : 0
  • What's Included

    Free Lifetime Warranty

    Including jewelry cleaning, inspection, maintenance and repair, free for life. 

     

    60-Day Money-Back Guarantee

    We want you to be sure you’re 100% satisfied with your Shane Co. jewelry. 

     

    Free Gift Packaging

    Your jewelry comes beautifully gift-boxed, complete with a hand-tied ribbon. 

     

  • Availability and Delivery

    Shipping Details

    Order now for delivery by Tuesday, July 24, 2018

     

    Shipping Options

    FedEx Priority Overnight
    FedEx 2nd Day
    U.S. Priority Mail 2-3 Day
    FedEx International

     

    This item qualifies for free FedEx 2-Day Shipping

    Some orders may ship same-day. Make sure to check your estimated delivery date if your order is extremely time sensitive. In the interest of security, some FedEx orders require a signature at delivery and will not be dropped off unattended.

     

    *The Estimated Delivery Date is determined by the availability of the items at the time you placed your order and by the time required to process your order.

  • Pricing and Payment Options

    Layaway

    No applications, no contracts, no interest or fees. 100% refundable and returnable.  

     

    Financing 

    Conveniently stretch out your payments with the Shane Co. Credit Card. Choose the financing term that’s right for you. 

     

    PayPal Credit

    A convenient line of credit to pay for purchases now or at a pace that meets your needs.  

  • Product Care

    Pearls

    • Pearls can keep their luster for a very long time, when cared for. Proper pearl care is not difficult, as long as you remember that these gems are organic by nature, grown in water from living cells of a living creature.
    • The best way to help your pearls maintain their luster is to wear them regularly. Your body's natural oils aid in maintaining the pearls' beauty.
    • Pearls should be worn alone. If worn with other jewelry, such as a gold chain or other necklace, they may be scratched or damaged.
    • Apply any cosmetics, lotions, perfume or hair spray before putting on your pearls. Make your pearls the last item you put on when getting dressed and the first item you take off.
    • Avoid contact with salt water, chlorinated water, or perspiration.
    • Wipe your pearls after wearing them, using a soft cloth.
    • Remove spills immediately when pearls come in contact with any foods or liquids. Wipe them with a soft damp cloth and then with a dry soft cloth.
    • Store your pearls separately from other jewelry, preferably in a cloth bag. Storing them in a slightly damp linen cloth will help the pearls from drying out in low humidity atmospheres and centrally heated areas.
    • Never clean your pearls with soap, detergents, or jewelry cleaner. A harsh cleanser can wear away the nacre.
    • Never use an ultrasonic jewelry cleaning machine or steam cleaner.
    • Have your pearls restrung every two to five years if worn regularly, or when the silk becomes dirty. Take your pearls to a professional jeweler for cleaning prior to restringing, which will add to the beauty and long life of your pearls.

    Silver

    • Because sterling silver by nature may tarnish, we provide you with a professional cleaning and polishing cloth with your purchase of sterling silver jewelry.
    • The treated inner cloth will restore luster without scratching or removing the finish. This cloth can also be used on your gold and platinum jewelry.
    • Use the inner polishing cloth to remove tarnish or dirt, and finish with a few rubs of the outer cloth to provide a high shine.
    • Alternatively, create your own cleaning solution. Line a bowl with aluminum foil and pour hot, salted water in. Drop your silver jewelry in and move it around with a wooden or plastic utensil to ensure all of the surfaces come in contact with the aluminum foil.
    • When you notice that the metal has become bright again (it should only take a few minutes), remove the jewelry and rinse under the tap. Wipe gently with a towel and polish with a soft cloth.
    • Note that this method should only be used if your jewelry does not contain gemstones as the saltwater could damage the settings.

    Gold

    • 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 material that might scratch the gold.
    • Use a soft brush to gently clean intricate filigree designs and under gemstones.
    • Rinse and wipe jewelry after cleaning.

    Platinum

    • Like gold, platinum jewelry does not tarnish.
    • Simply clean your platinum pieces with a soft cloth and mild detergent or ammonia solution (one-part ammonia to six parts water) to maintain their luster.

    Diamonds

    • Clean your diamond jewelry regularly at home in an ultrasonic cleaner or by hand. To make your own jewelry cleaning solution, mix one-part ammonia to six parts water.
    • Gently scrub the diamond piece with a small soft toothbrush to loosen dirt and restore the diamond's brilliance. Be careful not to scratch the metal setting. Always rinse after cleaning.

    Rubies & 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.

    Silver

    • Because sterling silver by nature may tarnish, we provide you with a professional cleaning and polishing cloth with your purchase of sterling silver jewelry.
    • The treated inner cloth will restore luster without scratching or removing the finish. This cloth can also be used on your gold and platinum jewelry.
    • Use the inner polishing cloth to remove tarnish or dirt, and finish with a few rubs of the outer cloth to provide a high shine.
    • Alternatively, create your own cleaning solution. Line a bowl with aluminum foil and pour hot, salted water in. Drop your silver jewelry in and move it around with a wooden or plastic utensil to ensure all of the surfaces come in contact with the aluminum foil.
    • When you notice that the metal has become bright again (it should only take a few minutes), remove the jewelry and rinse under the tap. Wipe gently with a towel and polish with a soft cloth.
    • Note that this method should only be used if your jewelry does not contain gemstones as the saltwater could damage the settings.

    Diamonds

    • Clean your diamond jewelry regularly at home in an ultrasonic cleaner or by hand. To make your own jewelry cleaning solution, mix one-part ammonia to six parts water.
    • Gently scrub the diamond piece with a small soft toothbrush to loosen dirt and restore the diamond's brilliance. Be careful not to scratch the metal setting. Always rinse after cleaning.

    Silver

    • Because sterling silver by nature may tarnish, we provide you with a professional cleaning and polishing cloth with your purchase of sterling silver jewelry.
    • The treated inner cloth will restore luster without scratching or removing the finish. This cloth can also be used on your gold and platinum jewelry.
    • Use the inner polishing cloth to remove tarnish or dirt, and finish with a few rubs of the outer cloth to provide a high shine.
    • Alternatively, create your own cleaning solution. Line a bowl with aluminum foil and pour hot, salted water in. Drop your silver jewelry in and move it around with a wooden or plastic utensil to ensure all of the surfaces come in contact with the aluminum foil.
    • When you notice that the metal has become bright again (it should only take a few minutes), remove the jewelry and rinse under the tap. Wipe gently with a towel and polish with a soft cloth.
    • Note that this method should only be used if your jewelry does not contain gemstones as the saltwater could damage the settings.

     Rubies & 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

    • 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 material that might scratch the gold.
    • Use a soft brush to gently clean intricate filigree designs and under gemstones.
    • Rinse and wipe jewelry after cleaning.

    Diamonds

    • Clean your diamond jewelry regularly at home in an ultrasonic cleaner or by hand. To make your own jewelry cleaning solution, mix one-part ammonia to six parts water.
    • Gently scrub the diamond piece with a small soft toothbrush to loosen dirt and restore the diamond's brilliance. Be careful not to scratch the metal setting. Always rinse after cleaning.

    Gold

    • 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 material that might scratch the gold.
    • Use a soft brush to gently clean intricate filigree designs and under gemstones.
    • Rinse and wipe jewelry after cleaning.

    Rubies & 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.

    Platinum

    • Like gold, platinum jewelry does not tarnish.
    • Simply clean your platinum pieces with a soft cloth and mild detergent or ammonia solution (one-part ammonia to six parts water) to maintain their luster.

    Diamonds

    • Clean your diamond jewelry regularly at home in an ultrasonic cleaner or by hand. To make your own jewelry cleaning solution, mix one-part ammonia to six parts water.
    • Gently scrub the diamond piece with a small soft toothbrush to loosen dirt and restore the diamond's brilliance. Be careful not to scratch the metal setting. Always rinse after cleaning.

    Platinum

    • Like gold, platinum jewelry does not tarnish.
    • Simply clean your platinum pieces with a soft cloth and mild detergent or ammonia solution (one-part ammonia to six parts water) to maintain their luster.

    Rubies & 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.

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