Effy Pear Shaped London Blue Topaz (9 Carats) w/ 58 Diamonds - Minor Flaws As Is 80% off

Overview

ConditionGood
CategoryWomen, Jewelry, Rings
Tags#Effy, #LondonBlueTopaz, #Ring

Description

Please Read Thoroughly! Ring is Sold As Is!!

Effy Pear-Shaped London Blue Topaz Ring with 1 missing diamond on each flank side of the ring.The ring will need to be checked by a jeweler.The ring is beautiful but will need to have a diamond (total of 2) replaced on each flank side of the ring.I have tried to capture good photos. Ring size is between a 6.5 and a 7 in size.Paid $1200.00

On a 14K White Gold band, from Effy® displays 1/3 ct. t.w. Diamond and 9.1 ct. t.w. London Blue Topaz accents.
Product Details
1 London Blue Topaz, 58 Diamonds
Color rating: H, I
Clarity rating: I1-I2
Slip-on
Prong setting
Polished finish
Imported
Product Specifications
0.72 in L x 0.6 in W x 0.35 in H
1/3 ct. t.w. Diamond, 9.1 ct. t.w. London Blue Topaz
Material & Care
14K White Gold
Use gold polishing cloth on gold items
No ring box

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