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9ct Opal & Ruby Butterfly Brooch

Ref: 69182 (Hull Store)
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An unique and wonderful pre-owned butterfly brooch set with opals on the wings and body, and two rubies for the eyes, set in 9ct yellow gold Measures 40mm at the widest point... More Info
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An unique and wonderful pre-owned butterfly brooch set with opals on the wings and body, and two rubies for the eyes, set in 9ct yellow gold

Measures 40mm at the widest point

Ruby is the birthstone for July 

Rubies are given in celebration of both your 15th and 40th Wedding Anniversary 

Ruby is one of the world's most precious gemstones and is known as both The Queen of stones and The stone of Kings. 

For centuries, the ruby has represented nobility and passion. When worn, rubies are said to heighten all powerful emotions. This fiery precious stone is also known as the stone of courage and is said to ward off misfortune. 

Ruby is said to restore vital life forces and increase energy. It is ideal for encouraging its wearer to live life to its fullest and embrace the joys of life. They also help to bring down the walls we build around us to keep others out. This vibrant gemstone allows the fire of passion and love to advance - making rubies an excellent Valentine's Day gift or a token of your love all year round. 

Opal is the birthstone of October

Opal is given in celebration of your 13th Wedding Anniversary 

This stunning semi-precious gemstone will flash its brilliance even in the slightest of movement to ensure everyone around it can appreciate its striking beauty. Opals may exibit 'play of colour' which occurs when light enters an opal, interacts with the internal structure and leaves the opal in a flash of spectural colours - it is rather impressive. 

The Opal is said to represent innocence and purity as well as connote to happiness, loyalty and confidence. Along with this, this incredible stone is believed to encourage independence and stimulate originality and creativity, making this stone simply ouse with an abundance of functions. 


StonesRuby, Opal
ColourYellow Gold
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A £10 delivery charge will be added to all orders of £250 and under, orders over £250 will qualify for Free Delivery.

On overseas deliveries we can offer the option of DHL Two Day Delivery

If we receive your order before 1 pm Monday - Friday your order will be despatched on that day providing that you haven't ordered multiple items from different branches; if so orders can take between 1-3 days to dispatch.

Jewellery will be sent using Royal Mail Special Next Day Delivery guaranteed before 1pm although due to COVID this may be a little later.

Gifts will be sent using Royal Mail Signed For 2nd Class.

Bank details are Lloyds 30-94-44 00270306 putting your name as reference. 

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Delivery via International Signed For (International Airsure where available) will be charged at a rate of £15 per order within Europe, and £25 per order for Rest of the World.

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Any customs or import duties are charged once the parcel reaches its destination country. These charges must be paid by the recipient of the parcel. Unfortunately we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they may be. Customs policies vary widely from country to country; you may want to contact your local customs office for further information.

Bank details for an international bank transfer are :

Lloyds Bank

Account Name – Segals Jewellers

IBAN - GB88LOYD30944400270306


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