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Help! =( - April 25th 2010, 04:39 PM

My friend got me a beautiful ring for my birthday last September, and basically, I didn't take it off after that. A few weeks ago, one of the little metal pieces that held the big stone it broke and the stone fell out (I couldn't find it ).

I don't know what kind of stone it was, but I'd really like to replace it! I asked my friend, but he doesn't know either. I have some pictures (unfortunately, none of a good close-up on the stone) of the ring--one while the stone was still in place, and two of the smaller stones that are inset in it still--and if anyone has ANY idea what kind of stone it may have been, it would REALLY help me out. It's a yellow-light green color.

Some background information: the ring came from Alanna Rose Jewellers, which is located in Mullingar, Ireland. They don't have public contact information that I've been able to find besides an address, so I might write them, but I wanted to check with you guys first. The ring wasn't extremely expensive, but it definitely cost him a bit of money (not thousands or hundreds, but I would assume in the 30-100 euro range).

Also: no, I'm not going to ask him to ask the jeweller; I don't want him to know it's broken =( That's my very last resort.




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Re: Help! =( - April 26th 2010, 12:24 PM

My initial thought was that it would have been a semi precious gem stone, but after looking at a number of them, I can't find the right colour for your ring, except perhaps Peridot. Which leads me to believe it may have been cut from glass. Why not visit a jewellers nearer to you and ask their advice? I'm sure they wouldn't mind helping out, and you may be lucky in that they could find the stone and fix it for you [:


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