Custom Name Necklace with Rhinestone Letters

red garnet, marquis shape floating birthstones for Pure Rox Jewels sterling silver glass floating lockets



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Marquis Cut Lab Created Gemstone cabochons only, lockets not included.\u2022 5w mm x 10h mm x4d mm\u00a9 2009-2022Pure Rox JewelsThese gems were cut to fit into Pure Rox Jewels sterling silver glass floating lockets. They are graded AAA in quality. As with earth mined stones the price varies from stone color to stone color.Stones created in a lab are chemically, physically and optically identical to those mined underground \u2014 but they have fewer flaws, a lighter carbon footprint and cost less, too.Gemstones in jewelry are colorful, romantic and personal. They mean something different to each wearer. To some, they're badges of wealth and success \u2014 think Hollywood stars at award shows dripping with rubies or emeralds. To others, they're meaningful as birthstones, symbolic for their legendary power, or simply beloved as a favorite signature color. Yet some of these gemstones are rarer, harder to get, and quite expensive. That's why lab-created gemstones are available as alternatives. The more expensive and hard-to-find natural gems in jewelry, such as diamond (white and fancy color), sapphire (blue and other colors), emerald, ruby and opal, are favorite lab-created stones. They're not gem imitations; lab-created gemstones are the real deal. They are grown in a laboratory but are identical chemically, physically and optically to natural gems. An imitation gemstone, while also artificially made, does not follow nature\u2019s recipe, so it\u2019s completely different physically, chemically and optically from the natural gem it copies.How they\u2019re madeThe mineral composition of lab-created stones is created through a process similar to what nature does beneath the earth over millions of years, but in a lab at a fraction of the time, and for a fraction of the cost of mining.The average person would be hard-pressed to tell the difference between a natural and lab-created stone. It takes a trained eye, high magnification and other instruments.The main distinction is natural gems typically have inclusions from the crystallization process \u2014 gases and other minerals mixing during the molten stage of stone creation. Because lab-created stones rely on a steady, controlled process of applying minerals, heat and pressure, they usually have fewer inclusions., aquamarine

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