dealsgenuine 9 carat sapphire & diamond pendant in…

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This is from an eBay seller with 419 a feedback score and a 97% positive feedback rating. 12 months ago the seller had mostly positive feedback but has not sold anything in the past 6 months. Seller started in 2001 and has had three different IDs. There is no feedback on this item yet. Seller is located in Honolulu, HI and accepts Paypal. I would say seller is trustworthy, but it has been a while since he or she has been in business. I eBay, and I'm a cautious buyer.

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And you should find these that are .930 Rhodium plated for the same price elsewhere

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Sorry but a 9 ct. black sapphire? really? It's pretty obvious this is costume jewelry. The first clue is that any sapphire worth anything is polished not cut so that the star asterism is displayed. a 3 stone collection of 30 ct would cost $1300 on sale. If you are looking for cheap crappy stuff look no further you found it.

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@skildude: It is, for this price, a created sapphire. I would not say it is bad quality, and actually, it is probably flawless, as are most created sapphires. It is fairly easy to create a sapphire; the watch crystal on Rolexes is a slice from a form of a clear, colorless sapphire. The only ones that display the six pointed star asterism is a form that have acicular inclusions that cause this phenomenon. Therefore, the method of production that makes an almost flawless sapphire prevents a star sapphire from forming.

This is not costume jewelry, but rather, just man-made jewelry with some rather small and (probably)flawed and off colored natural diamonds for accent. This would make a good gift for a young man with little income to get his woman because of the price and the classiness of it.

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Is this suitable for throwing into the ocean?

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why call it genuine? if its man made then say so.