OTO - 9K Yellow Gold Natural Moroccan Amethyst (Octagon 14x10mm, 7.35 Cts) and Diamond Ring 7.50 Ct.

OTO - 9K Yellow Gold Natural Moroccan Amethyst (Octagon 14x10mm, 7.35 Cts) and Diamond Ring 7.50 Ct. 1.0
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Amethysts are famous for their vivid violet colour. Iron replaces silicone in the crystal structure after irradiation, giving the stone its colour. An amethyst can be either light violet or deep purple in colour. The birthstone for February is Moroccan amethyst. This ring has two rows of diamonds on either side that are placed in a robust bar setting. This ring's inspiration from a cocktail is heightened by the sparkle of the jewels. One of the highest gold grades available, 9k yellow gold, was used to make the ring, guaranteeing both quality and fashion. This ring has a cathedral shank, which makes the centre stone appear larger than it actually is, and the shoulders of the shank.

  • Moroccan amethyst ranks seven on the Mohs hardness scale
  • The birthstone for February is Moroccan amethyst
  • The deep violet colour of amethysts is well known
  • Cathedral shank, which enlarges the centre stone
  • Four prong setting secure the gemstone

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OTO - 9K Yellow Gold Natural Moroccan Amethyst (Octagon 14x10mm, 7.35 Cts) and Diamond Ring 7.50 Ct.

Product Highlights

Amethysts are famous for their vivid violet colour. Iron replaces silicone in the crystal structure after irradiation, giving the stone its colour. An amethyst can be either light violet or deep purple in colour. The birthstone for February is Moroccan amethyst. This ring has two rows of diamonds on either side that are placed in a robust bar setting. This ring's inspiration from a cocktail is heightened by the sparkle of the jewels. One of the highest gold grades available, 9k yellow gold, was used to make the ring, guaranteeing both quality and fashion. This ring has a cathedral shank, which makes the centre stone appear larger than it actually is, and the shoulders of the shank.

  • Moroccan amethyst ranks seven on the Mohs hardness scale
  • The birthstone for February is Moroccan amethyst
  • The deep violet colour of amethysts is well known
  • Cathedral shank, which enlarges the centre stone
  • Four prong setting secure the gemstone
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Amethysts are famous for their vivid violet colour. Iron replaces silicone in the crystal structure after irradiation, giving the stone its colour. An amethyst can be either light violet or deep purple in colour. The birthstone for February is Moroccan amethyst. This ring has two rows of diamonds on either side that are placed in a robust bar setting. This ring's inspiration from a cocktail is heightened by the sparkle of the jewels. One of the highest gold grades available, 9k yellow gold, was used to make the ring, guaranteeing both quality and fashion. This ring has a cathedral shank, which makes the centre stone appear larger than it actually is, and the shoulders of the shank.

  • Moroccan amethyst ranks seven on the Mohs hardness scale
  • The birthstone for February is Moroccan amethyst
  • The deep violet colour of amethysts is well known
  • Cathedral shank, which enlarges the centre stone
  • Four prong setting secure the gemstone
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