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Here is a beautiful estate 14k Yellow Gold Blue Topaz Cocktail Ring.

This ring features a center 14.22ct oval checkerboard cut topaz measuring approx. 18.00mm x 13.00mm x 8.20mm. Topaz is eye clean with medium light tone, blue hue, moderate saturation, good polish, symmetry and proportions.

Surrounded by 4 x 0.32ct oval cut blue topaz each measuring approx. 5.00mm x4.00mm with a total estimated weight of 1.28cts. These topaz are also eye clean with medium light tone, blue hue, moderate saturation, good polish, symmetry and proportions.

Ring has a total carat weight of: 15.50TCW

$2,750.00 CAD appraised by local Vancouver appraiser Estela Pelegrin.Ring is very good pre-owned ready to wear condition.

Purchase includes original appraisal and gift box.Here are some more details on the ring. For a FULL detailed description, please refer to the appraisal report in this listing.Ring weight: 6.72 grams

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