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(from top) Rough-cut diamond surrounded by inset round-cut diamonds (2.26 total ct.) on 18K gold ring from Croghan’s Jewel Box. • Round-cut diamonds in yellow gold swirls inset with yellow diamonds and framed by 14K white gold with white diamonds from Nice Ice. • 14K white gold ring with a 1.5 ct. round-cut diamond flanked by pear-shaped .25 ct. diamonds from Harrison Newsome. • 18K yellow gold with 5.77 ct. oval cabochon moonstone surrounded by diamonds (.30 total ct.) from Croghan’s Jewel Box. • 1940s 14K yellow gold ring with a 7 ct. square-cut yellow topaz flanked by emeralds (.25 total ct.) and diamonds (.11 total ct.) from Joint Venture. • 4.05 ct. lemon quartz flanked by lemon quartzes on 14K white gold band inset with diamonds (.15 total ct.) from Croghan’s Jewel Box. • 1.6 ct. round-cut diamond surrounded by diamonds and set on 18K white gold triple band with pavé diamonds (1.6 total ct.) from the Valina Bridal Collection at Paulo Geiss Jewelers. • 18K yellow gold ring with 5.34 ct. oval citrine with braid details and three round-cut white diamonds (.38 total ct.) on each side from Nice Ice.