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Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery

Regular price £505.00

Hey, fabulous people! Get ready to swoon over this dazzling piece – a true masterpiece that marries Emerald and Diamonds in style. Whether you're shopping for your sweetheart or looking to treat yourself, this ring is a showstopper.

Let's talk options, shall we? This glorious ring comes in two weights – a .52ct Emerald with .12ct of Diamonds for a touch of delicacy, or go big with a larger .78ct Emerald adorned with .23ct of Diamonds for an extra dose of glam.

Now, envision this gem on your finger – it's not just a ring; it's a potential engagement ring, a statement piece, or a heartfelt anniversary gift for that special someone. Trust me, this ring is destined to be treasured for a lifetime.

You know it's the real deal when it's fully hallmarked. And when it comes to sizing, I've got your back. Available in sizes K to O, and if you need a resize, just give me a holler. It might take a tad longer, but it's on the house. Just remember, once we've done the resize dance, we can't do the old exchange or refund shuffle, so let's nail it the first time!

Unless I tell you otherwise, all my jewellery is proudly made in the UK. I'm not as speedy as Amazon, but I'm crafting something unique just for you, so give me 5-7 days to work my magic. If you're in a hurry, shoot me a message, and I'll do my best to estimate that delivery time.

Oh, and guess what? You can put this beauty on layaway. I've got payment plans that can be tailored weekly or monthly – just ping me for all the details. PayPal is the way to roll with this option.

And if this stone isn't quite hitting the mark for you, no worries! I'm all about celebrating your individuality. I've got this beauty in a variety of flavours, including Blue Topaz, Sapphire, Pink Sapphire, Ruby, and Amethyst centre stones, and it even struts its stuff in Yellow Gold. So, there's something to tickle everyone's fancy.

Let's take a trip down history lane for a sec. To the ancient Romans, the Emerald symbolised the reproductive forces of nature. And for early Christians, it was all about resurrection. No stone with the magnificent colour of Emerald could be anything less than magical! According to Marbode, writing back in the 11th century, "Emerald improves memory, makes its owner eloquent and persuasive, and brings him joy." While I can't vouch for eloquence or persuasion, I can vouch for the joy part! Emeralds are also linked to the astrological sign of Taurus. They're the birthstone for May and the anniversary gem for the 20th, 35th, and 55th year of marriage.

Alright, let's dive into the world of White Gold! So, White Gold is like the chameleon of the jewellery world. It's not just pure Gold; it's Gold hanging out with some other metals, like Silver, or Palladium. And here's the thing, depending on which buddies Gold invites to the party and how much of each metal they bring, White Gold can take on different shades. Think pale yellow, slightly brownish, or even a hint of rose. 

Now, when it comes to the exact mix of metals, there are a couple of recipes. One is the Gold–Palladium–Silver combo, and the other is Gold–Nickel–Copper–Zinc. But here's a little heads-up: some folks might be sensitive to nickel, especially if they wear it for a long time. It's like that one friend who's great at parties but can get on your nerves if they stick around too much. 😅

Now, if you're wondering about the Gold itself, it's rarely pure Gold. Even before its White Gold makeover, it often had a touch of something else in it, like a mercury alloy. And guess what? That can cause some people to have an allergic reaction. Ouch! 🤧

But no worries, when I get my White Gold from the EU, it usually leans more towards the Gold–Palladium–Silver mix. And for any vintage pieces or preloved gems, I give 'em a makeover with a splash of Rhodium. That keeps 'em looking fresh and shiny and acts as a barrier.

And here's a pro tip: avoid taking your White Gold jewellery for a swim, especially in pools with lots of chlorine. Chlorine can be a bit of a buzzkill and speed up the fading of that Rhodium plating. Nobody wants that! 

So, there you have it, a ring that's as unique as you are, steeped in history, and ready to add a dash of sparkle to your life. You're welcome! 😊💍💎

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