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Band Ring with Nevada Silk Stone

Band Ring with Nevada Silk Stone

The perfect symbol of your love. For now and forever. Get inspired by this gorgeous Taylor & Hart ring - an emerald-cut yellow sapphire with diamond baguette side stones and bead-set white diamond band.

The perfect symbol of your love. For now and forever. Get inspired by this gorgeous Taylor & Hart ring - an emerald-cut yellow sapphire with diamond baguette side stones and bead-set white diamond band.

Opal Ring, Infinity Ring, Gold Ring, 14k Rose Gold Ring, Stacking Ring, Symbol Ring, Slim Gold Ring, Textured Ring, Made To Order, Promise  This

Opal Ring, Infinity Ring, Gold Ring, 14k Rose Gold Ring, Stacking Ring, Symbol Ring, Slim Gold Ring, Textured Ring, Made To Order, Promise This

Labradorite is said to detoxify the body and slow the aging process, to elevate consciousness and protect a person's aura, helping to keep the aura clear, balanced, protected and free from energy leaks. It symbolizes the moon and the sun. It can assist in digestion, regulation and metabolism. Protects the aura from energy leaks, allows one to realize the destiny that is chosen and live up to one’s potential.  www.draiochtagems.com

Labradorite is said to detoxify the body and slow the aging process, to elevate consciousness and protect a person's aura, helping to keep the aura clear, balanced, protected and free from energy leaks. It symbolizes the moon and the sun. It can assist in digestion, regulation and metabolism. Protects the aura from energy leaks, allows one to realize the destiny that is chosen and live up to one’s potential. www.draiochtagems.com

A diamond crossover ring, circa 1930 Obliquely-set with two old brilliant-cut diamonds, to single-cut diamond scrolling shoulders, principal diamonds approx. 2.50ct. total

A diamond crossover ring, circa 1930 Obliquely-set with two old brilliant-cut diamonds, to single-cut diamond scrolling shoulders, principal diamonds approx. 2.50ct. total

"Back in 1903, English suffragette Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence proposed the use of colors to represent the women’s suffrage movement. She chose green for hope, white for purity, and violet for dignity. The first letters of the colors, put together, is an ac

"Back in 1903, English suffragette Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence proposed the use of colors to represent the women’s suffrage movement. She chose green for hope, white for purity, and violet for dignity. The first letters of the colors, put together, is an ac

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