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  • 14K Gold Indicolite Blue Tourmaline Bracelet - Luxury Faceted 3mm Beads

    Discover the elegance of our Indicolite Blue Tourmaline Rondelle Bracelet. This exquisite piece features fine faceted 3mm indicolite tourmaline beads, expertly crafted to showcase their natural beauty and vibrant hue. Paired with 14k solid gold luxurious accents, this bracelet embodies sophistication and timeless style. Perfectly suited for both casual and formal occasions, it offers a refined flair with its sleek and minimalist design, making it a versatile addition to any jewelry collection.

      Size
      • Available in a variety of sizes for a perfect fit.
      • Choose between a comfortable stretch beaded bracelet or a secure 9mm solid gold lobster clasp.
      • Consult our sizing guide for accurate measurements.
      Materials
      • High-quality 3mm Faceted round beads Natural Genuine Sapphire Gemstone Beads.
      • 3mm solid yellow gold roundel beads and solid yellow gold oval beads accents and a solid gold 9mm lobster clasp, offering a luxurious and lasting finish.
      • Meticulously handcrafted for enduring beauty and elegance.

      Order processing, including verification and packaging, takes 1-2 business days. Click here for detailed shipping info. Please note that specific delivery dates or times aren't guaranteed, and provided dates are estimates. Luck Strings is not liable for delays beyond our control, such as customs clearance or undeliverable addresses.

      14k gold is the most commonly used gold for jewelry settings. It's composed of 58.3% gold and 41.7% alloy. 

      • Appearance: 14k gold has a yellow hue brighter than 10k gold, but not nearly as vibrant as 24k gold. 
      • Advantages: Most jewelers and consumers love 14k gold for its perfect balance of durability, affordability, and appearance. It's a bright gold that can handle everyday wear.
      • Disadvantages: There is the potential for allergic reactions to the alloy like with 10k gold.
      • Common uses: 14k gold is the most common type of gold used for engagement and wedding rings. It's also regularly used in other types of wearable fine jewelry. 

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