White Gold Two Stone Alexandrite Band Gemstone Rings (2)

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About White Gold Two Stone Alexandrite Band Gemstone Rings

For thousands of years, rings have been more than just adornment. They have been symbols of authority, symbols of promises, and even legally binding signatures. Today rings still speak volumes about you. Our White Gold Two Stone Alexandrite Band Gemstone Rings are as eloquent as they are beautiful and always one of a kind. Choose Aquamarine and White Gold or Emerald and Palladium: it's your choice. Mix and match gems and precious metals for a look that's exactly you. Our amazing array of designs by talented jewelry designers means you can find White Gold Two Stone Alexandrite Band Gemstone Rings that you can't find anywhere else. It takes two to fall in love and it takes two gems to add final polish to our two-stone jewelry styles.Because all Gemvara White Gold Two Stone Alexandrite Band Gemstone Rings are made from scratch to your specifications, we can hand-select the finest quality gems and recycled precious metals to perfectly suit your design. The purest forms of alexandrite possess beautiful color-changing properties varying with different sources of light. In daylight, the stone turns shades of emerald and sea green.Pale 14k white gold, is the most popular white gold alloy. Because gold is naturally yellow, white gold has palladium or nickel and silver to lighten its color. Gemvara also plates our white gold with rhodium, a platinum group metal, to make it a brighter white.When washing your hands, don't leave any rings on the rim of a sink where they can slip down the drain! Clean White Gold Two Stone Alexandrite Band Gemstone Rings in a bowl of water with mild dish soap: use a soft brush where dust collects. Gemvara's exceptional heirloom-quality White Gold Two Stone Alexandrite Band Gemstone Rings are designed to be passed down for generations, crafted by hand in the United States.


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