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Gurhan
24K Gold
R-U12514-SCR

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Item Description

Item Specification

Have this Gurhan fashion ring be your most marvelous accent, from the 24K Gold collection. Embodies characteristics to make it work with Modern, Classic style. This ring's model number is R-U12514-SCR.

Haltom's Fine Jewelers is an authorized dealer of Gurhan. We humbly invite you to come visit our establishment in Fort Worth, TX and let us assist you in determining your ideal jewelry piece.

Warranty : Lifetime
Metal Type : 24K Yellow Gold
Fashion Ring Style : Modern, Classic
Product Type : Fashion Rings

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If you are not satisfied for any reason with your purchase, you can return your purchase within 30 days of delivery date. NOTE: ONLY items that were not special ordered, worn, damaged, or re-sized, engraved, or altered by a jeweler other than us can be returned.

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