Tears From A Vol­cano

Uniquely Amer­i­can stone ig­nites romance

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On May 18, 1980, the once-slum­ber­ing Mount St. He­lens erupted in the Pa­cific North­west. It was the most im­pres­sive display of na­ture’s power in North Amer­ica’s recorded his­tory. But even more im­pres­sive is what emerged from the chaos... a spec­tac­u­lar new cre­ation born of an­cient min­er­als named He­len­ite. Its lush, vivid color and amaz­ing story in­stantly cap­tured the at­ten­tion of jew­elry con­nois­seurs world­wide. You can now have four carats of the world’s new­est stone for an ab­so­lutely un­be­liev­able price. Known as Amer­ica’s emer­ald, He­len­ite makes it pos­si­ble to give her a stone that’s brighter and has more fire than any emer­ald with­out pay­ing the ex­or­bi­tant price. In fact, this many carats of an emer­ald that looks this per­fect and glows this green would cost you up­wards of $80,000. Your more beau­ti­ful and much more af­ford­able op­tion fea­tures a per­fect teardrop of He­len­ite set in gold-cov­ered ster­ling sil­ver sus­pended from a chain ac­cented with even more ver­dant He­len­ite.

Limited Re­serves. As one of the largest gem­stone deal­ers in the world, we buy more carats of He­len­ite than any­one, which lets us give you a great price. How­ever, this much gor­geous green for this price won’t last long. Don’t miss out. He­len­ite is only found in one sec­tion of Wash­ing­ton State, so call to­day! Romance guar­an­teed or your money back. Ex­pe­ri­ence the scin­til­lat­ing beauty of the He­len­ite Teardrop Necklace for 30 days and if she isn’t com­pletely in love with it send it back for a full re­fund of the item price. You can even keep the stud ear­rings as our thank you for giv­ing us a try.

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