1. Handcrafted by our craftsmen with great skill. 2. Exactly the same as official ring in style modeling and details. 3. Each ring weigh about 60 to 100 grams, 220 to 260 grams with a deluxe wood box. 4. Each ring is solid, absolutely not hollow.
1. Available in copper, 925 sterling silver, 10k gold, 14k gold.
2. High quality cubic zirconia, wholly prong setting by hand, beautiful and stable enough.
3. Double plating with yellow or white gold on the surface, holding the luster and brilliance well and prevent it from tarnishing.
1. Free shipping to all over the world. 2. Arrange shipping within 10 business days. 3. Delivered by DHL and a tracking number will be sent to you after shipment made. 4. The item name and value filled in the shipping form is just a generic description for the safety, or maybe your package could be stolen during the international shipping, or charged high custom fee by the customs. 5. Pleaserest assured that the materials of the ring we customized for you is exactly by the metal you selected.
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The 2014 WNBA season was the 18th season of the Women's National Basketball Association. The season started in May and concluded in September to accommodate the 2014 Women's World Championship.
The Phoenix Mercury is a professional basketball team based in Phoenix, Arizona, playing in the Western Conference in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The team was founded before the league's inaugural 1997 season began; it is one of the eight original franchises. The team is owned by Robert Sarver, who also owns the Mercury's NBA counterpart, the Phoenix Suns.
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