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- For dramatic sparkle, stack and wear all three of these stunning sterling silver and simulated diamond rings.
- Crafted in .925 sterling silver
- Cubic Zirconia is an affordable diamond alternative that reveals brilliant shine and a meticulous cut.
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Stacked rings are one of the hottest trends of the season. Showcase this with their Sterling Silver Cubic Zirconia Stacking Eternity Band Rings. Each of the three sterling silver rings holds a band of clear cubic zirconia stones. The round-shaped stones sit in a shared-prong setting to create a modern and finished look. Wear one, two, or all three at once to accent your hand with some glamorous bling.
- Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 2.9 x 0.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000OYGQGE
- Item model number: B000OYGQGE
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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From the Manufacturer
What is Cubic Zirconia?
Cubic Zirconia is a stone so optically close to diamond that most jewelers cannot tell the difference between a CZ and a diamond with the naked eye. The man-made stone is virtually flawless whereas most diamonds have internal inclusions or external blemishes. It is a high quality synthetic gemstone which imitates the appearance of diamonds. Cubic zirconia is zirconium oxide (ZrO2), a mineral that is extremely rare in nature. Synthesized CZ is much less expensive than diamond, optically flawless and can be created in a variety of different colors.
How Does CZ Compare to Diamond?
The overall brilliance and fire of quality CZ stones is equal to that of diamond to the untrained eye. Cubic zirconia can be evaluated using the same qualities that diamonds and other gemstones are graded by: the Four Cs (color, clarity, cut and carat weight). Cubic Zirconia is a virtually flawless equivalent to a diamond on the clarity chart. CZ can be made entirely colorless, equivalent to a perfect score on the color grading scale of diamonds. The biggest difference is that cubic zirconia is 70% heavier than diamond. CZ is extremely durable with a hardness rating of 8.5 compared to 10 for diamond.
Fun Facts about CZ
The procedure for transforming rough cubic zirconia crystal into a faceted, polished stone is virtually the same as for diamonds and other natural gemstones. Because CZ is harder than sand, CZ jewelry can be safely worn at the beach without risk of damage to the stone. Zircon is a much softer natural gemstone and is not related to cubic zirconia. Cubic zirconia production reached 50 million carats by 1980, and demand continues to grow.
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Amazon Collection|
|Metal stamp||925 Sterling|
|Gem Type||Cubic zirconia|
|Number of stones||84|
Top Customer Reviews
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautiful ring. Can we worn all together or separate. The middle band has slightly larger stones. It looks so real!Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
So far I like the rings. They are a gift for my Daughter and she has yet to see them. I think they are beautiful and at a great price.Published 5 days ago by no1intex
UNBELIEVABLE QUALITY! I purchased this set to wear on my right hand, along with my real diamond band and engagement ring on my left. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Nice rings, however, they don't stack perfectly together. I get a lot of compliments and I do like the rings. The CZ sparkles and the silver doesn't hurt the skin.Published 20 days ago by Jessica
So far I love these rings, they are exactly what I wanted. I've been trying to branch out from my silver tone jewelry even though I don't particularly care for yellow gold, and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. Davis
As the First time I used the ring loosed two stones! Bad qualityPublished 1 month ago by Cristina Arias