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Men's 14k Solid Tri-Color Gold Horse Heat CZ Band Ring

Mens 14k Solid Tri-Color Gold Horse Heat CZ Band Ring
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  • MPN:573-38
  • ASIN:B00456Q8O2

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Win the race to superb elegance with this New 14k Tri Color Gold Ring, a very thick and solid, widening band with such an impressive work of jewelry art. Centering this piece is a Horses head with intricate details of its face and hair, made in stunning combination of polished and textured finishes, plus a glowing Hot Pink Cubic Zirconia as its eye. It is fastened on this screen-like cut-out with satin-matte on the inside, and high-polished for the outlines, intensified with twelve White CZ Stones.

Condition: New
Material: 14k Yellow, White and Rose Gold
Gram Weight: 9.6
Stone: Cubic Zirconia
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Ring Size: 10 (See disclaimer below for resizing options)
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Width: 0.625"

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If only one ring size is indicated, this is the default size that will be shipped out. For rings that have more than one size, please notify us of your choice of ring size right after placing the order.

Most of our rings that are made in gold and silver can be resized, depending on the structure or design of the ring. Titanium, Stainless Steel, Tungsten and other Gemstone (Jade, Onyx, etc.) rings cannot be resized. Resizing fee is $15 per size per ring. Please contact us for more information.

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