Ben Garelick 18K Yellow Gold Halo Drop Earrings Featuring 6.05 Carat Total Clear Faceted Quartz Over Amazonite Gem Surrounded by 0.31 Carat Total Diamonds with Omega Clip
Delivery takes 4-5 weeks for Ben Garelick to create and will ship immediately after completion. Rush delivery available depending on style and upon request
- Available in white, yellow or rose gold
- Includes earring ring box
- Includes jewelry 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
Worn throughout the ages in cultures around the world, Amazonite's tranquil and soothing greens and blues were once believed to bring harmony and peace to the wearer.
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