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Product description

Size:US 10

Specifications:
With faux sapphire inlaid and hollow band design, exquisite and elegant.
Made of premium material, with fine craftsmanship and durability.
It is a good gift for your lover, family or friend, etc.
 
Type: Ring
Style: Fashion
Gender: Women
Material: Alloy, Silver Electroplated
Occasions: Banquet, Wedding, Party, Engagement, etc
Features: Faux Sapphire Inlaid, Hollow Band, Fine Craftsmanship
Ring Size:
US Size 6(Dia.): 16.4mm/0.65" (Approx.)
US Size 7(Dia.): 17.3mm/0.68" (Approx.)
US Size 8(Dia.): 18.1mm/0.71" (Approx.)
US Size 9(Dia.): 18.9mm/0.74" (Approx.)
US Size 10(Dia.): 19.7mm/0.78" (Approx.)

Notes:
Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.
Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement.
 
Package Includes:
1 x Ring


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