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|Price:||$15.25 - $15.71 & FREE Returns. Details|
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Amazon Collection|
|Metal stamp||925 Sterling|
|Gem Type||Cubic zirconia|
|Minimum total gem weight||3.83 carats|
|Number of stones||3|
Her eyes will fill with delight when she sees the Sterling Silver 3-Stone Cubic Zirconia Ring. This sterling silver ring places three cubic zirconia stones across the top of the ring in 4-prong settings. The middle stone is slightly larger the stones that sit on either side of it, adding additional sparkle to the ring. This statement ring gives the look of luxury at an affordable price.
Discover the Amazon Curated Collection of fine and fashion jewelry. The expansive selection of high-quality jewelry featured in the Amazon Curated Collection offers everyday values that range from precious gemstone and diamond pieces to the latest fashion designs.
This hand-selected assortment features an array of diamond, gemstone, and precious metal designs that receive a quality inspection, including from Amazon’s staff graduate gemologist, to ensure they meet Amazon’s high standards. All diamonds featured in the Amazon Curated Collection are certified by our suppliers to be conflict free, and IGI, GIA, or AGS certifications are provided on white diamonds of .75 carats or larger on all stud earrings, rings, and pendant necklaces.
Pieces from the Amazon Curated Collection come packaged in a custom box, making them wonderful gifts. In addition, we offer free one-day shipping within the continental U.S. on items over $500. International shipping options for friends and family overseas are available for an additional fee.
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Find a special gift for a loved one or a beautiful piece that complements your personal style with jewelry from the Amazon Curated Collection.
In 1937, Cubic Zirconia was first discovered by German mineralogists, M. V. Stackelberg and K. Chudoba. Little did they know, the tiny crystals that they discovered would move on to become a popular synthetic gemstone. It wasn’t until the 1970s that Cubic Zirconia was first used in the jewelry world, when scientists began growing the crystals in the laboratory. In the 1980s, Cubic Zirconia use in jewelry continued to grow and today is it one of the most popular diamond substitutes available on the market.
Cubic Zirconia is the cubic form of zirconium oxide that is created in a laboratory. Its durable material allows the synthetic stone to be molded into a variety of shapes. The stone offers brilliant shine and flawless clarity. Cubic Zirconia is available in a wide range of colors, including a colorless form that is an economically important competitor to natural diamonds.
Caring For Your Cubic Zirconia Jewelry
Like natural diamonds, Cubic Zirconia needs to be cared for in order to maintain its original brilliance and shine. Clean with warm-to-hot water and a soft brush with a mild soap, then immediately dry with a clean cloth after rinsing. Avoid contact with perfume, body lotion, hairspray or any other chemical that may harm the shine of the stone.
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The side stones were not placed at the same height & I will be returning this ring.Published 2 days ago by ginnie moore
I lost my engagement ring after 10 years and I was so upset about it. I went a year without one and when I thought of buying a new one I didn't want to spend thousands of dollars... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jennifer Quante
I lover the ring. Shipping was fast and it looks great as it is described and seen in the picture. I recommend for sure.Published 22 days ago by Lola
Will work perfectly for me. The size and style were what I wanted.Published 1 month ago by Dorothy H. Meeker