Sterling Silver and Baltic Honey Marquise Cut Amber Ring B073941JN4

Sterling Silver and Baltic Honey Marquise Cut Amber Ring B073941JN4
Sterling Silver and Baltic Honey Marquise Cut Amber Ring B073941JN4 Sterling Silver and Baltic Honey Marquise Cut Amber Ring B073941JN4 Sterling Silver and Baltic Honey Marquise Cut Amber Ring B073941JN4
Product Code: B073941JN4
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  • Made of genuine natural Baltic amber imported from the Baltic region of Europe (Poland, Lithuania).
  • We only use sterling silver for our rings. Each ring is stamped with "925" that ensures 92.5% of silver.
  • Weight 3.4 g
Material: Baltic Amber; 925 Sterling Silver Weight 3.4 g This beautiful one of a kind sterling silver Baltic amber ring can be worn for any occasion. It is believed that amber brings luck and protection to people and it has been a symbol of love, marriage and eternal youth. Since amber is a natural stone, its shape and size may vary slightly. Each piece is individually handcrafted in Europe. The ring comes in a gift box. Wear amber and feel the energy of this "beaming sun"!

Sterling Silver and Baltic Honey Marquise Cut Amber Ring B073941JN4

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  • Made of genuine natural Baltic amber imported from the Baltic region of Europe (Poland, Lithuania).
  • We only use sterling silver for our rings. Each ring is stamped with "925" that ensures 92.5% of silver.
  • Weight 3.4 g
Material: Baltic Amber; 925 Sterling Silver Weight 3.4 g This beautiful one of a kind sterling silver Baltic amber ring can be worn for any occasion. It is believed that amber brings luck and protection to people and it has been a symbol of love, marriage and eternal youth. Since amber is a natural stone, its shape and size may vary slightly. Each piece is individually handcrafted in Europe. The ring comes in a gift box. Wear amber and feel the energy of this "beaming sun"!

Sterling Silver and Baltic Honey Marquise Cut Amber Ring B073941JN4

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