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3.47 Ct. Round-Shape Cubic Zirconia Cz Solitaire Bridal Engageme

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3.47 Ct. Round-Shape Cubic Zirconia Cz Solitaire Bridal Engageme

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This sparkling beauty showcases sparkling cubic zirconia gemstones. Ring size in the photo is size 7, so please note that although stones sizes remain the same, the metal proportions will change depending on the size ordered. The center stones will look more prominent in smaller sizes and the metal will be more prominent in larger sizes. All plated jewelry, by its very nature, can be vulnerable to harsh chemicals such as hand sanitizers, ammonia, nail polish remover, bleach, and chlorine. Avoid contact while wearing. We offer only the highest quality jewelry, so this ring set is anti- tarnished. This means that we have placed a clear protective coating on the plating. ***Please note: Any wide ring set will fit more snugly than a narrow banded ring set. The size difference varies depending on finger length. Also, the ring can not be resized and jewelry cleaners should never be used***

3.47 Ct. Round-Shape Cubic Zirconia Cz Solitaire Bridal Engageme

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