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Gemstones and jewellery online store Ringsberry.com goes live


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Ringsberry.com, the unique online store which offers precious, semi-precious gemstones and jewelllery is now live offering customers convenience, quality and wide variety of choices. 

An online extension of retail and wholesale gemstones and jewellery, Ringsberry.com specialises in all kinds of natural gems that range from sapphires, topaz, ruby, and tourmaline, cat’s eye to other precious and semi-precious gemstones. Sourced directly from mines, their stones carry a less price tag than others. Moreover, their each and every gemstone is authentic and exclusive and comes with a 100% purity certificate. 

The Company said modern woman is moving to online shopping of gold, silver and precious stones like sapphire, ruby, aquamarine, garnet etc. “Ringsberry is the ultimate destination for online shopping of gems and precious stones,” it added. The online store is also committed to help find the best product for the perfect price and be completely satisfied with purchases. 

 


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