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Product description

A classic style single stone ring with a delicate and refined design. The stone is 8x6mm oval shaped. We use a Natural Amethyst which has been carefully chosen for this ring by expert jewelers to ensure a good fit. Here, this elegant design and the presence of a single Amethyst stone will let you and others appreciate the beauty of the stone. The Amethyst stone has a beautiful and elegant lilac purple color like those gorgeous flowers you find in Spring. The true beauty of the stone is exposed when the light shines on it. The presence of a single stone is a perfect oportunity for you to chose the ring with your birthstone. If you were born in February then this is your ring.

The ring has been Designed amp; Made in England by traditional family Jewelers. On the inside of the shank there is a Full Hallmark which includes 750 (the purity mark for 18k Gold) and the unique symbols of the Assay Office where the fine metal content of the ring was tested and verified. Their mark on the ring is your independent assurance that this ring is made of Solid 18k White Gold. The Assay Office in London has been testing and marking precious metal articles since the 14th Century.

As we make our rings to fit you, we offer a wide range of finger sizes. Please select the one that is right for you.

Your ring will be sent in an elegant blue or red ring box (see photos of the product); ideal to give as a present to your loved one or to simply keep your ring in a good condition so you can enjoy its full beauty longer. To help you maintain your rings good condition, we send with the ring instructions on how to take care of the ring as well as a finger size gauge to assist you with receiving the perfect fit.

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