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Revalé™ 14K Bonded Two-tone Woven Band Ring - 136-205


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136-205 - Revalé™ 14K Bonded Two-tone Woven Band Ring
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Revalé™ 14K Bonded Two-tone Woven Band Ring

A sensational look to decorate your hand. Crafted in polished 14K yellow gold bonded sterling silver, this ring features woven mesh rows with your choice of one oval checkerboard cut garnet or citrine in a prong setting. You'll discover the ring is somewhat flexible, for a truly comfortable fit. The total citrine weight is 1.50ct and the total garnet weight is 2.10ct, both approximate. The ring measures 7/16"L x 15/16"W x 1/4"H.

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Gold bonded metal is 10% 14K gold and 90% .925 sterling silver bonded together using an innovative technology. The manufacturing process involves a special machine that uses elevated pressure to link the two metals together. It creates a beautiful piece of jewelry using a mix of precious metals, giving you the look and feel of real gold at a very affordable price.

Made in Italy.

All weights pertaining to gemstones, including diamonds, are minimum weights. Additionally, please note that many gemstones are treated to enhance their beauty. Click here for important information about gemstone enhancements and special care requirements.


Gold Bonded    


Gold bonded jewelry is created using an innovative technology that combines gold and silver together. Two plates of metals, 14K gold (10%) and silver (90%), are linked together by elevated pressure using a special machine. The two metals will be combined together forever because the high pressure on the metals combines the molecular particles permanently.


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