Dezso by Sara Beltran Emerald, Gold & Jali Black Enamel Cuff Ring - Dezso by Sara Beltrán
  • Dezso by Sara Beltran Emerald & Rose Gold Shark Tooth Cuff Ring
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    Dezso by Sara Beltrán's delicate, 18k rose gold cuff ring is tipped by a petite bezel-set emerald at one end, and a gold shark tooth-shaped charm at the other. Open-band. Polished 18k rose gold. Oval-shaped emerald. 1mm band width, 3mm-4mm face width (approximately)
  • Dezso by Sara Beltran Emerald & Rose Gold Cuff Ring
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    Crafted of polished 18k rose gold, Dezso by Sara Beltrán's delicate cuff ring is tipped with a petite emerald oval at each end. Open-band. Polished 18k rose gold. Bezel-set emerald. 1mm band width, 4mm face width (approximately)
  • Dezso by Sara Beltran Emerald, Jali Black Enamel & Rose Gold Ring
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    Dezso by Sara Beltrán's 18k rose gold and jali black enamel ring sparkles with an emerald baguette. Rose gold inlaid with black enamel shark fins, ring setting detailed with shark fin-shaped cutouts. Polished 18k rose gold. 3.4 ct emerald. 2mm band width, 14mm face width (approximately)
  • Jennifer Meyer Baguette Diamond Ring
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    Jennifer Meyer designs minimalist gold and gemstone jewelry you’ll wear every day and everywhere. A bezel-set baguette diamond adds sparkle to Jennifer Meyer's slender polished gold band ring. 18k yellow gold. Approximately 1mm band width, 3mm face width. Made in Los Angeles, California.
  • Roberto Coin 18k Rose Gold Diamond Solitaire Station Ring - Rose Gold (6.5)
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    Roberto Coin18k Rose Gold Diamond Solitaire Station RingDetailsInspired by the artistic heritage of Italy, this diamond-detailed Roberto Coin ring possesses a unique beauty not bound by time or place. 18-karat rose gold.Singular bezel-set diamond.0.19 total diamond carat weight.Slim band.Station, approx. 5mm.Size 6.5. Made in Italy.Designer About Roberto Coin:Since founding his own company in 1977, Roberto Coin has rightfully gained fame as a tireless innovator, most notably for pioneering the use of three-color gold in 1978. His jewelry seems to capture the fluidity of his amphibious hometown, Venice-forms and shapes meld, creating a sense of wholeness, the distinction between the timeless and the modern ever-blurred. Perpetually reinventing his personal style, Roberto Coin produces more than 600 unique jewelry models annually. Each piece includes a hidden 0.3 carat ruby, a signature of the designer.
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