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Ben Garelick 14K White Gold Aquamarine "Bow" Earrings Featuring Two Oval Cut Aquamarines Weighing 1.50 Carats and White Diamonds Weighing 0.05 Carats

By Ben Garelick

Style EPF103Q22WI

Ben Garelick 14K White Gold Aquamarine "Bow" Earrings Featuring Two Oval Cut Aquamarines Weighing 1.50 Carats and White Diamonds Weighing 0.05 Carats

Ben Garelick 14K White Gold Aquamarine "Bow" Earrings Featuring Two Oval Cut Aquamarines Weighing 1.50 Carats and White Diamonds Weighing 0.05 Carats

  • Only available online - Earrings can be sent to store upon request to view first hand under no obligation to buy. 
  • Earrings take 2 days to 2 weeks to deliver depending on size ordered. Rush delivery available depending on style and upon request.
  • Available in 14K or 18K white or yellow gold
  • Includes Ben Garelick earring box
  • Includes store appraisal 
  • Ships fully insured to point of delivery
  • Free shipping on this item
  • All orders placed out of NY state (ordered by an out of state resident) are tax free.

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The name opal derives from the Greek Opallos, meaning "to see a change (of color)."  Opals range in color from milky white to black with flashes of yellow, orange, green, red, and blue. An opal's beauty is the product of contrast between its color play and its background.  Opal is a formation of non-crystalline silica gel that seeped into crevices in the sedimentary strata. Through time and nature's heating and molding processes, the gel hardened into the form of opals. The opal is composed of particles closely packed in spherical arrangements. When packed together in a regular pattern, a three-dimensional array of spaces are created that give opal its radiance. - See more at: http://www.americangemsociety.org/october-birthstones#sthash.GuGYbOg0.dpuf
he name opal derives from the Greek Opallos, meaning "to see a change (of color)."  Opals range in color from milky white to black with flashes of yellow, orange, green, red, and blue. An opal's beauty is the product of contrast between its color play and its background.  Opal is a formation of non-crystalline silica gel that seeped into crevices in the sedimentary strata. Through time and nature's heating and molding processes, the gel hardened into the form of opals. The opal is composed of particles closely packed in spherical arrangements. When packed together in a regular pattern, a three-dimensional array of spaces are created that give opal its radiance. - See more at: http://www.americangemsociety.org/october-birthstones#sthash.GuGYbOg0.dpuf

The name aquamarine is derived from the Latin word aqua, meaning water, and marina, meaning the sea.  This gemstone was believed to protect sailors, as well as to guarantee a safe voyage.  The serene color of aquamarine is said to cool the temper, allowing the wearer to remain calm and levelheaded.  Its pale, cool color beautifully complements spring and summer wardrobes.  Aquamarine is most often light in tone and ranges from greenish blue to blue-green; the color usually is more intense in larger stones.  This gemstone is mined mainly in Brazil, but also is found in Nigeria, Madagascar, Zambia, Pakistan, and Mozambique.

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