Email White Topaz Necklace Lab-Created Sapphires Sterling Silver
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This radiant necklace is fashioned with a heart-shaped white topaz and round lab-created white sapphires in sterling silver. The pendant suspends from an 18-inch box chain secured with a lobster clasp. Topaz is commonly subject to enhancement processes or treatments such as heating, irradiation and diffusion, which may not be permanent and may require special care. Gently clean by rinsing in warm water and drying with a soft cloth, and avoid chemicals, strong light, heat and ultrasonic cleaning.
White Topaz Necklace Lab-Created Sapphires Sterling Silver
|Primary Gem Type||TOPAZ|
|Primary Gem Color||WHITE|
|Primary Gem Nature||NATURAL|
|Primary Gem Cut||HEART-SHAPED CUT|
|Primary Gem Millimeter Size||8.00 MM X 8.00 MM|
|Primary Gem Setting||PRONG SETTING|
|Gem Sidestone Type Gemstone1||SAPPHIRE|
|Gem Sidestone Count Gemstone1||1|
|Gem Sidestone Nature Gemstone1||LAB-CREATED|
|Gem Sidestone Shape Gemstone1||ROUND|
|Gem Sidestone Color Gemstone1||WHITE|
|Gem Sidestone MM Size Gemstone1||1.50MM X 1.50MM|
|Gem Sidestone Setting Gemstone1||PRONG SETTING|
|Gem Sidestone Type Gemstone2||SAPPHIRE|
|Gem Sidestone Count Gemstone2||1|
|Gem Sidestone Nature Gemstone2||LAB-CREATED|
|Gem Sidestone Shape Gemstone2||ROUND|
|Gem Sidestone Color Gemstone2||WHITE|
|Gem Sidestone MM Size Gemstone2||2.00MM X 2.00MM|
|Gem Sidestone Setting Gemstone2||PRONG SETTING|
|Chain Type||BOX CHAIN|
|Clasp Type||LOBSTER CLASP|
|Dimension Length||18.00 INCH|
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