Alluring Brilliant Princess Stackable Ring, CZ

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Alluring Brilliant Princess Stackable Ring, CZ

Alluring Brilliant Princess Stackable Ring, CZ

Alternating brilliant-cut and princess-cut clear cubic zirconia stones, this elegant sterling silver stacking ring is enhanced by the mill work details. Complement the vintage look by wearing it together with the new eternity bangle.

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Item# 190943CZ
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  • Metal: Sterling Silver
  • Stone: Cubic Zirconia
Alternating brilliant-cut and princess-cut clear cubic zirconia stones, this elegant sterling silver stacking ring is enhanced by the mill work details. Complement the vintage look by wearing it together with the new eternity bangle.

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Alluring Brilliant Princess Stackable Ring, CZ is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An eye catcher I bought this to add to my stackable collection and I'm so glad I did.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Thin but great piece for stacking. It looks so lovely on my fiancee and I enjoy the look of it on her
Date published: 2016-04-18
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I would like to get this ring, but is size 9 the largest size in Pandora rings? And why?

Asked by: Kayla123
Thank you for your question. Until a few years ago, we have had different ring sizes in various parts of the world. Many of these rings sizes were almost identical. Therefore, PANDORA decided to globally align all ring sizes according to the metric system. With a growing collection of rings – today containing more than 150 design variations – even this required retailers to stock a very large number of rings. As a consequence, instead of carrying many different rings in a reasonable number of styles, PANDORA’s retailers had to offer a limited number of styles to keep stock of the many different sizes. At the same time, we saw that very few rings were actually sold in sizes smaller than 48 and larger than 60 millimeters, and the demand for uneven ring sizes was even more limited. To reflect this, and to enable PANDORA’s retailers to carry a larger part of our ring collection to offer you more new rings and innovative designs, PANDORA decided to discontinue all uneven ring sizes and only offer rings in the most common and even sizes between 48 and 60 mm. We ask for your support and understanding, and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Answered by: ConsumerAffairs
Date published: 2016-01-11

With the Alluring Brilliant Princess Stackable Ring, CZ can I get a blue stone, too?

Asked by: Arcenciel
Thank you for your question. At this time, the PANDORA US eSTORE cannot accommodate custom orders and we do no currently offer this ring with a blue stone.
Answered by: ConsumerAffairs
Date published: 2016-01-05

I just purchased three stackable rings, one is the brilliant princess, the cloud and one with single heart. I love the combination but it is a little wide for my finger. Is there a ring similar but narrower to the brilliant princess ring.

Asked by: Debby Mac
Thank you for your question. The only ring we have that is similar but narrower is the Alluring Petite Brilliant Stackable Ring (190941CZ).
Answered by: ConsumerAffairs
Date published: 2015-10-08

How can you tell if the Pandora ring is a "real" Pandora? For example, I have received a ring has a gift and it was ordered off Amazon. I have other Pandora rings, for some reason it doesn't look "real." Should I take it to a Pandora shop?

Asked by: Kellie
Thank you for your question. I would definitely suggest visiting a PANDORA store and they can take a look at your ring and let you know if it is authentic or not. As a general rule of thumb, all PANDORA products have what we call a maker's mark and a quality mark. Maker's Mark: A maker's mark is a US term for a stamp indicating the origin of jewelry. The standard marker's mark on PANDORA jewelry is "ALE", which stands for Algot Enevoldsen, the father of PANDORA founder, Per Enevoldsen. You will always see "ALE" stamped on our jewelry, except on some of our smallest pieces. The UK equivalent to maker's mark is sponsor's mark, and the Danish equivalent is responsibility mark. Some countries require other specific jewelry stamps, and PANDORA does of course live up to these requirements by adding additional stamps to our jewelry in these countries. Quality Mark: The term quality mark is the standard term in the US and the equivalent of hallmark in the UK and fineness mark in Denmark. At PANDORA, we stamp our jewelry with quality marks to indicate the metal's purity and to guarantee that the metal is genuine. All our sterling silver jewelry is stamped with a capital "S" for silver, followed by the purity stated as pure silver parts per thousand: S925 (92.5% pure silver). All our gold jewelry is stamped with a capital "G" for gold, followed by the purity, stated as pure gold parts per thousand in the gold alloy: 14k: G585 (58.5% pure gold) or 18k: G750 (75% pure gold). The quality marks on PANDORA jewelry manufactured before June 2011 only contain numbers, not letters.
Answered by: ConsumerAffairs
Date published: 2015-07-21
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