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PalmBeach Jewelry Marquise-Cut Cubic Zirconia Starburst Cluster Cocktail Ring 2.67 TCW in Sterling Silver at PalmBeach Jewelry

Marquise-Cut Cubic Zirconia Starburst Cluster Cocktail Ring 2.67 TCW in Sterling Silver

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Let the brilliance of cubic zirconia show off your magnificent style. The marquise-cut centerpiece of this shimmering cocktail ring is splendidly surrounded with a starburst of marquise-cut and round accents, set in sterling silver. The glitterati will drool. 2.67 carats T.W. Sizes 6-10.

ITEM SPECIFICATIONS: RING
METAL INFORMATION
Sterling Silver
Finish Type:Bright
Height:1/7"
Length:5/8"
Width:7/8"
Shank Width:1/16"
Style:Classic
STONE INFORMATION
Cubic Zirconia (Accent/Small Stone)
Quantity:6
Carat Weight:.900 Carat TW
Size (mm):5x2.5
Cut:Marquise
Make:Simulated
Setting:Prong
STONE INFORMATION
Cubic Zirconia (Main/Largest Stone)
Quantity:1
Carat Weight:.350 Carat TW
Size (mm):4.5
Cut:Round
Make:Simulated
Setting:Prong
STONE INFORMATION
Cubic Zirconia (Accent/Small Stone)
Quantity:8
Carat Weight:.800 Carat TW
Size (mm):4x2
Cut:Marquise
Make:Simulated
Setting:Prong
STONE INFORMATION
Cubic Zirconia (Accent/Small Stone)
Quantity:2
Carat Weight:.300 Carat TW
Size (mm):3.5
Cut:Round
Make:Simulated
Setting:Prong
STONE INFORMATION
Cubic Zirconia (Accent/Small Stone)
Quantity:2
Carat Weight:.200 Carat TW
Size (mm):3
Cut:Round
Make:Simulated
Setting:Prong
STONE INFORMATION
Cubic Zirconia (Accent/Small Stone)
On metal, use warm water and mild soap. Rinse. Polish with a soft cloth. Dry your jewelry before storage. For stones, wipe with a damp cloth to remove perspiration, oil or any other residue. For regular cleaning, wipe with a damp cloth. Dry completely with a soft cloth. Avoid heat, hot water, steamers or ultrasonic cleaners along with cosmetics and hairsprays. Don't soak in water.

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