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  • Anillo Bluet Material: Plata de 1ª Ley 925 milésimas Acabado: Baño de Rodio  Gemas: Zircon Agua Marina  Zircon Olivine
  • Anillo Bluet Material: Plata de 1ª Ley 925 milésimas Acabado: Baño de Rodio  Gemas: Zircon Agua Marina  Zircon Olivine
  • Anillo Bluet Material: Plata de 1ª Ley 925 milésimas Acabado: Baño de Rodio  Gemas: Zircon Agua Marina  Zircon Olivine
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SIBELA

BLUET RING

Regular price €66,00 EUR
Regular price Sale price €66,00 EUR
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The bluet ring  It is composed of three stones and made of 1st Law 925 silver. finished with a Rhodium plating. Its two side zircons in aquamarine color in triangular cut, make the central stone of very soft Olivine color stand out with its own light, making a perfect combination and one of the favorites for special events.

FINISHES

Rhodium is a metal of the platinum group, very rare, very white in color and very resistant to wear, although it may surprise you, rhodium is one of the most expensive metals in the world due to its scarcity, the price of rhodium is much more higher than gold or platinum.

In high jewelery it is mainly used to give a final bath to all the pieces made of white gold, so any jewel that has a bath of this metal will have a very white color, will shine more and will remain unaltered to corrosion.

Sibela applies a Rhodium plating on all her jewelry made of sterling silver with a white finish.

SIBELA

We think, create and design hand-finished jewelry. Unique pieces made by hand with top quality materials, which, together with the gems, make this Sibela's DLujo collection is exclusive..

RETURNS & EXCHANGES

In SIBELA all changes in Spain are free, you can change the size as many times as you want until you find yours, or change for the product that you like the most. You can also return your jewelry without problem within the next 15 calendar days from when you receive your order.

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