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  • LORD & TAYLOR Diamond Heart Ring in 14 Kt. White Gold
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    Win her heart with this very sweet diamond accented heart ring set in white gold. From Lord & Taylor, this ring arrives in a classic gift box. 14 Kt. white gold/diamond. Diamonds: 0.14 ct. t.w. Imported. Fine jewelry is available for Standard Delivery only. All fine jewelry shipments require a signature. To enhance detail, jewelry may not be shown actual size. Unless otherwise stated jewelry set in 14 Kt. yellow gold and all earrings are for pierced ears. t.w.=total weight. Colored gemstones may have been treated and require special care. All diamond weights are approximate with a variance of +/- .05 ct.
  • FOLLI FOLLIE Heart4Heart Rose Gold-Plated & Crystal Ring
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    Either seen from the four hearts aspect or the lucky four leaf clover side, this Folli Follie ring exudes charm and beauty. Featuring a rose gold-plated base with a crystal-encrusted four-heart top. Rose gold-plated metal/crystal. Size 52. Imported.
  • ERICKSON BEAMON ROCKS Queen of Hearts Elongated Ring
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    Dress to impress every day of the week with help from this ultra-modern statement ring from Erickson Beamon Rocks. A slender silver-tone band highlights a staggering elongated pendant, covered in rectangular crystal, white opal, clear and antique silver-tone stones; a large marquise-cut opal stone is featured at center. Brass/antique silver/clear acrylic/white opal/crystal glass stones. Size: 7. Slip-on. Imported.
  • Bottega Veneta Antiqued sterling silver and rock crystal stone ring
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    Hand-polished antiqued sterling silver. Polished clear rock crystal. Round-studded band. This piece has been certified in accordance with the Hallmarking Act 1973
  • GISELE GANNE SOLDIER rocket gun RING
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    From the 'Mourning' collection, the SOLDIER RING is 925 sterling silver. The soldier is armed with a rocket gun. Mourning or memorial jewellery has been worn for centuries, especially during the Victorian era where funerals and the events attached to burying, immortalizing, and remembering the dead was of much importance. Common symbols used in mourning jewellery included forget-me-nots, flowers, hair of a loved one, hearts, crosses, ivy leaves, and more macabre symbols such as skulls, coffins and gravestones. I refer to these and to other old or ethnic customs , urban legends as the Black Widow who kill her husbands for their money and historical events as crimes, serial killers, and suicides… My mourning jewellery illustrates these different forms of death. Each piece tells a story about the deceased and their widow.
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