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REF-234X9T -23407 ---- 68 CTW Ruby Eternity Designer Inspired Tennis Necklace 14K White Gold ---- Luxury Designer Brand Necklace Appraised at $18,100 Certificate Number US23407 14k White gold, Necklace Size is 16 Incehs, Necklace measuring approx. 9 mm x 16 INCHES, weighing in total approx. 24 grams. Made in the USA and is stamped 14k, Main stone 68 carat total weight containing 56 pieces of Mid-Opaque-Deep Red color with AAA quality Oval shape cut Ruby , Stone #2 carat total weight containing pieces of color with quality shape cut

Designer Brand Luxury Jewelry, made in the USA
Factory Suggested Retail Price: $18,100
Perfect factory sizing, for all rings & custom length for larger necklaces and bracelets.

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Item: Ruby Necklace
Total Gem weight: 68 carats

Metal: Solid 14k White Gold
Gold Product Weight: Approx. 35.3 grams
Jewelry Note: Necklace Size is 16 Incehs
Dimensions: Approx. 9 mm x 16 INCHES

Main Stone: Ruby
*Number of stones: 56
*Carat weight: 68
*Cut: Oval
*Quality: AAA
*Color: Mid-Opaque-Deep Red
*Stone Treatment: Enhanced

Condition

Brand New with Tag

Starting Bid

$1.00

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68 CTW Ruby Eternity Designer Inspired Tennis Necklace

Auction ended on Mon, Mar 19, 2018
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Estimate $9,050 - $18,100
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