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Old 10-13-2018, 10:32 PM
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UPDATE: Took it in to a trusted local jeweler (thanks Yelp!), and not only is the stone CZ, the band turned out to be some kind of plated brass with a counterfeit stamp. Easy come, easy go, I guess - and now I know a good place to get stuff tested for free in the future!
Wow, that's terrible! That one is a serious heartbreaker.
Now you gotta redeem. Go find a real one. Got your detector yet?
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Old 10-14-2018, 12:39 AM
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UPDATE: Took it in to a trusted local jeweler (thanks Yelp!), and not only is the stone CZ, the band turned out to be some kind of plated brass with a counterfeit stamp. Easy come, easy go, I guess - and now I know a good place to get stuff tested for free in the future!
Oh snap!
Well Its nice to find a free gold tester in your vicinity.

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