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Thomas SaboSilver Large Oval Blue Cubic Zirconia Ring
TR2023-644-1-54

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Description

A beautiful sterling silver ring designed by Thomas Sabo. The sophisticated traditional style detailing in the silver gives a classy finish to this ring, with a dazzling blue cubic zirconia centrepiece for an eye catching sparkle. Product Description: - Sterling Silver Ring - Blue Cubic Zirconia - Classic Detailing - Available In Size N (54) ONLY

Key Features

Brand Thomas Sabo Brand Code TR2023-644-1-54
T H Baker code 0629614 Gender Ladies
Material Sterling Silver Colour Blue
Ring Size 1176 Stone Type Cubic Zirconia
Stone Colour Blue Packaging Official Thomas Sabo Packaging

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Thomas Sabo jewellery and watch brand thrives on creating fashion for the individual. The story began in Germany in 1984 when Thomas Sabo expanded a collection of high-end silver jewellery and took on talented creative designer Susanne Kölbli. The professional graphic designer continued to shape the brand in her unique style, with a keen eye for trends.

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