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Shy Black Pearl Ring!

Here’s a beautiful black pearl ring called Shy Pearl Ring.  I really like how the black pearl shines the whole ring, definitely a recommended buy.  (might even be good enough for engagement rings)

Encrusted with eighty-two sparkling white diamonds, this ring is truly a gem with a magical secret. Three eighteen karat gold rings pivot to reveal a hidden treasure within the shell – a single black pearl one would never expect.

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Green Jade and Peridot Pearl Ring!

Modestly priced, this Green Jase and Peridot Pearl Ring will go well with any green dresses.

A round {cultured pearl} set in green Jade is the stunning focus of this fabulous ring designed to garner raves with its designer flair and glittering bezel-set Peridot accents, .56 carat T.W. 14k gold. Sizes 6-10. Imported. (For care and treatment of gemstones, see our gemstone care chart. Carat weights may vary by plus or minus 5% of stated carat weight.) As this item contains genuine jade, the actual stone colors may vary slightly.

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Mark Schneider Majestic Pearl Ring!

I am not sure on the availability of this Majetic Pearl Ring by Mark Schneider but it definitely looks cool.

Platinum ring with 11mm black faceted pearl and .70 carats of diamonds.

For information, call 800-452-5804.

Platinum Honors Award, Bridal Division, 2003

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TeNo Steel White Pearl Ring with Diamonds!

The TeNo Steel White Pearl Ring combines both pearls and diamonds into one beautiful ring.

TeNo Stainless Steel Ring, Tension-Set with a White Freshwater Pearl and pavee set with 10 diamonds, 0.08ct. total weight.

TeNo jewelry is made of the finest stainless steel that is free of nickel. In terms of allergic safety and high durability this material is superior to most precious metals.

Experienced master goldsmiths combine the steel with diamonds, 18 ct. gold, ceramic inlays or rubber. This is how individual pieces of jewelry w

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