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Nvie's Horse Shoe Green Enamel Ring

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  • ASIN:B001CBALT6

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Saddle up with this western classic, ya'll! Stunning 14K Gold bonded and CZ horseshoes make up this western shiny Green enamel silver tone eternity ring.Our Boogie Down series is fun and full of color.The Silver polish is Rhodium and the Green Hand Applied Enamel is set over Fine Jewelers Metal. The Clear CZs are handset.

Stone : Our rings are made from finest quality cubic zirconia stones that are of superior clarity and depth in color. This ring features clear CZs.

Plating : The ring body is constructed of a base metal which is a lead free alloy and perfectly polished rhodium. White Gold Rhodium Bond is achieved using an electroplating process that coats the item with heavy layers of rhodium, a close cousin of platinum that costs three times as much, which gives our jewelry a platinum luster.

Click here to view our complete selection of rings. Our designs are very modern and exciting. Our customers tell us that they have never failed to get compliments on the rings they have bought from us. At Nvie Design's our goal is to bring you the latest in fine jewelry styling at affordable prices.

Buy carefree with our 'No questions asked' returns policy. Just try it and we know you will love it. Your satisfaction is our pride and our competitors envy.

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