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Additional Info :   Three total rings (14k yellow gold wedding set, yellow and white gold combination solitaire). Ring size is 5 - 5.5 (wedding set was resized to 5 or 5.5 at time of purchase): 14k yellow gold wedding ring set, not fused together (separate engagement and wedding bands) - Wedding band: 1/3rd carat round cut solitaire. Has a black/gray streak in the diamond which is visible in bright light at certain angles. Enhancer: 1/8th carat total diamond weight (six total diamonds, three on each side). One side of the enhancer has a curve to fit around the diamond on wedding band . The other side is open to slide the solitaire into the enhancer. Has had repairs on far left diamond prongs (side closest to pinky). The wedding set has been worn for 12 years and has lots of little scratches. Both rings had setting prongs repaired within the past year. Yellow and white gold combination solitaire - Has a very small diamond set in a large gold setting. The entire setting is bent to one side. The ring branches apart into two sections (one white gold and one yellow gold) before coming back together around the setting. Ring has been worn for 18 years and has a lot of fine scratches. The bottom of the ring loop has been bent flat over the years. Corresponding photos of each ring have also been submitted.

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This was reported stolen in Olympia, WA 98513, USA on 10-06-2015.

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