Brown - Cubic Zirconia Rings
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Mon Jul 11 00:00:00 MDT 2011dmc08 Rating:3.0
The ring was true to size and very nice looking but it didn't take long for it to start during brown at the bottom and even polishing did not help. I would not recommend the ring.
Sat Oct 16 00:00:00 MDT 20102bold Rating:2.0
i purchased this ring a few years ago and perhaps it is made better now but there is no way this ring is sterling silver. it is made of some other metal because I wear this band along with another ring and the other ring is still silver but this one is more brown than silver on the underneath side. the diamond part looks silver but the part that gets the wear...well I guess the silver has worn off. It is pretty and sturdy but not sure that it really is actually sterling.
Thu Jan 08 00:00:00 MST 2015angelica32 Rating:5.0
Its a simple pretty ring had it for months watch with it on and it hasn't turned brown good quality simple ring ..
Fri Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 2014thejeeves Rating:3.0
Looks quite classy in the photos, but cheap-looking in reality. The gold tone is much more golden and glitzy than it appears in the pictures. The hammered setting is particularly thin and tinny. I ordered two of these, and the top facet of one has an indelible scuff mark. The brown (scuffed) stone is an attractive color; the green is quite pale, resembling a peridot. It looks nice in the photo but is overwhelmed by the bright gold in actuality. What doesn't show in any of the pictures is that the stone sits in an open, cone-like setting elevated above the band. Thus the stone sits much higher above the finger than it appears to do from the photos. Nothing wrong with that, other than it doesn't look like the pictures and might come as a surprise. These rings are definitely "costume jewelry". They don't look like anything real, yet they aren't particularly appealing in their own right. They look like they are trying to pass as expensive rings, and in that they fail rather miserably.
Tue May 20 00:00:00 MDT 2014katbaby150 Rating:4.0
This ring was purchased as a gift for a grandson's special friend. The ring was great, beautiful and of excellent quality. However, it was a Comfort Fit which is a good thing but unfortunately they tend to fit tighter and she was unable to wear the ring. They were unfortunately out of stock but I received a full in-store credit. Terrific place to shop...
Wed Aug 27 00:00:00 MDT 2008tejh Rating:2.0
I was very excited to recieve this ring in the mail and couldn't wait to put it on. When I first took it out of the box it looked beautiful. I put it on immediately because it was so pretty. Well after a few minutes my finger started to itch. Then I started to examine the ring more closely. The center stone was discolored. It has a brown spot in it. In addition to that the ring just looked fake. Nothing close to my real engagement ring. My 12 year old nephew looked at it and said "That is not real, why do you have that on?' There is no way I could wear this ring outside and try to pass it off as the real thing.
Sat Dec 13 00:00:00 MST 2014lizard Rating:3.0
It was pretty when I got it for my girlfriend, but after three days of wearing it, her finger turned green. And after two weeks the gold overlay had worn off and now it just looks brown. Granted, for the price, I didn't expect a it to blow my mind, but I would have liked it to keep its color for a least a while.
Sat May 24 00:00:00 MDT 2014tulen59 Rating:5.0
I ordered the brown color in this ring and it was exactly what I was looking for. It is really hard to find rings in a brown type color. The ring is well made, very expensive looking, two prongs on the side and the band is not thin or narrow. The ring is a bit bigger than I usually buy, but I love it anyway. I would recommend this ring to anyone, especially if you like a ring that is really going to stand out on your finger.
Sun Sep 12 00:00:00 MDT 2010kasperlady Rating:4.0
The size and style of the ring is perfect. The color is not a dark black. In some lighting appears to be a dark brown.
Tue Jul 24 00:00:00 MDT 2012tbsxxx Rating:4.0
I think this ring is very pretty. It's not as big or bright as I expected it to be from what the picture showed, but I'm pleased with it anyway. Nice design, the matte finish is shiny but not too shiny and it looks perfectly hammered around the cross. I'm a brown skinned person so this sterling silver color against my skin tone is very pretty, and stands out. I'm glad I made this purchase.
Mon Nov 23 00:00:00 MST 2009soccergrl27 Rating:1.0
I purchased this ring a few months ago and can not believe it is TOTALLY BROWN. It says it is sterling silver but it is definately only coated in silver, not solid. Although it is a pretty ring, you are not getting a product that will last. I tried everything to make it look silver again, but my jewler said you can't make something look silver that isn't actually silver....I'm disappointed
Tue Apr 15 00:00:00 MDT 2008hendy Rating:4.0
Simple ring, love the color (it is an organe brown).
Sun Jun 10 00:00:00 MDT 2012ukulele4you Rating:2.0
The first image shows a red stone. The stone is a pinkish-brown. It is not ugly, but it is the same color of the rose gold so the stone does not stand out.
Fri Jun 08 00:00:00 MDT 2007Rating:5.0
This ring is absolutely wonderful. The silver band is substantial and well crafted. A great deal to say the least. The stone is a a great color ( I have the brown) and crystal clear. No complaints from thsi happy shopper!
Tue May 27 00:00:00 MDT 2014jewelsforjewel Rating:5.0
Beautiful ring! Heavy on the stone, ring tends to turn because of the weight. Setting is lovely and very expensive looking. I bought two rings. One in light purple the other in brown. Both are lovely!
Mon Jan 26 00:00:00 MST 2009okidok Rating:4.0
I bought this ring along with the chocolate CZ ring..basically they are the same..no difference in color...the golden border is too bright ....
Fri Jun 01 00:00:00 MDT 2012kaylynn24 Rating:4.0
I have two of these (different sizes). The one I ordered about a year ago is that striking deep, rich, vivid red you see in the photo. It is just breath taking in person! However, the one I just received is a rusty brown-orange, Fall palette type hue. There is such a contrast between the two side by side. It's a pretty orange, but definitely not red. All other detail is gorgeous. It looks expensive, sparkles and is a nice size. This is an absolutely stunning ring with the warning that the color varies from lot to lot.
Tue Mar 01 00:00:00 MST 2011hatu Rating:3.0
I bought this for my girlfriend for Valentine's Day. It put a green (and later brown) ring on her ring finger and she only wore it for a few days and now even 2 weeks later the ring is still imprinted on her finger. It looks great in person and in the pictures but it's obviously not a quality metal. It's shiny and pretty but the cheapness throws it all off. I'd return it for a full refund if I could.
Sat Feb 02 00:00:00 MST 2008jfsandiego Rating:5.0
This ring is totally worth the price!! I originally had my eye on a blue/silver one when I noticed this one. People always ask me if it's a topaz and you know I just smile and say yes! One of my friends said the goldtone band is a little too shiny but I don't mind it. A great value!
Wed Aug 24 00:00:00 MDT 2011kelleyws Rating:4.0
The stone was a bit darker than expected. Also, don't remember if I ordered the wrong size or it runs big!
Thu Jan 17 00:00:00 MST 2013sandy6741 Rating:4.0
Great ring. The stone is a bit darker than I expected. I thought it would have been more red, but it tended to look a bit on the brown side. I am still wearing this ring a lot.
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