white sapphire


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white sapphire

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(Minerals) a white pure variety of corundum, used as a gemstone
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A set of detachable cabochon oval jade, ruby and white sapphire ring and earrings.
The other major shareholder is Kenyan businessman and founder of Prime Bank Kenya, Rasik Kantaria, whose firm, White Sapphire, owns 47.3% of shares.
With ingredients including lactic acid and white sapphire to exfoliate and hydrate, what have you got to lose?
In addition, Hoffman and Barber plan to launch an imprint that will publish translated fiction, called White Sapphire, later in the year.
Her jewelry consisted of Judith Ripka round-cut canary yellow crystals and pave white sapphire earrings, a gift from the bride's parents.
May's themed raceday, which featured afternoon tea and a fashion show, has put Down Royal in the running among six nominations for a category that last year was won by the star-studded White Sapphire ball.
Merchant Hotel Most Glamorous Event WHITE SAPPHIRE BALL
HHHII with a Lancome Ageless Minerale Mineral Powder Foundation (pounds 32) This powder features white sapphire complex, sun protection factor of 21 and comes in nine shades.
Clear Quartz crystal, diamond, white sapphire and white topaz, rainbow moonstone and white mother of pearl are excellent as well as the more traditional purple stones associated with this chakra.
Imitations can be made of anything from glass to semi-precious stones, such as white sapphire and, although for years synthetic diamonds were flawed and discoloured, now even jewellers find it difficult to distinguish between them.
One of the gold rings has a white sapphire set in it and is worth about pounds 400.
Here's a modern take, Alex Mika's version made of sterling silver, two-toned black rhodium, 18K yellow gold and paired with white sapphire stones.