If you love large statement rings, this ring is the perfect choice! A unique design, it's well made and one of a kind! I have never seen a ring so unusual!
Genuine Turquoise Arty Ring!
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This listing is for a Genuine High Quality Turquoise Gemstone and Gold combo Ring, SIZE 7.
You will receive the exact turquoise stone shown in my pictures above, which will be permanently set on the ring size of your choice.
The gemstone is temporarily set for my pictures.
Please double check your ring size before placing your order. The following is a link that you will need to copy and paste into your address bar that I have found to be helpful in determining what size you are:
Please make sure you read chart above and order the correct size.
My rings run true to USA standard size.
NO RETURNS ON GENUINE GEMSTONE or VINTAGE CAB ARTY RINGS.
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS LIMITED EDITION!
Turquoise Gemstone on this ring is 100% GENUINE!
Size of Turquoise gemstone cabochon is 24mm x 16mm with a dome height of x 8mm.
Many different styles, colors, and sizes of Arty Rings to choose from in my store.
Very comfortable, easy to match and they look good with so many different outfits!
So unique and fabulously oversized. Amazing statement pieces!
These rings are considered designer "style" costume jewelry & should not turn your fingers green unless you wear it in water often or sweat excessively. Tip: To keep it from happening, brush clear polish on the inside of the band.
This is Gold plate metal, which will last forever if taken care of properly, i.e. kept in small airtight ziplock baggie when not being worn, cleaned with jewelry polish when/if ever needed.
Will be sent in a silver foil gift box, wrapped with extra bubble wrap protection, and shipped in a bubble envelope for a safe transit.
PA residents to pay 6% sales tax.
The turquoise is ancient, yet again and again it finds itself back in fashion. Its blue is one of the most popular trend colors in the world of jewelry and fashion.
In many cultures of the Old and New Worlds, this gemstone has been esteemed for thousands of years as a holy stone, a bringer of good fortune or a talisman. It really does have the right to be called a 'gemstone of the peoples'. The oldest evidence for this claim was found in Egypt, where grave furnishings with turquoise inlay were discovered, dating from approximately 3000 B.C.. In the ancient Persian kingdom, the sky-blue gemstones were earlier worn round the neck or wrist as protection against unnatural death. If they changed color, the wearer was thought to have reason to fear the approach of doom. Meanwhile, it has been discovered that the turquoise certainly can change color, but that this is not necessarily a sign of impending danger. The change can be caused by the light, or by a chemical reaction brought about by cosmetics, dust or the acidity of the skin.