18kt Rose Gold Green Tourmaline Studs
Description & Details
One of a kind emerald cut green tourmaline studs set in 18kt rose gold.
Sparkling, bright and lightweight, this pair of 18kt rose gold studs are meant for everyday use as an unexpected alternative to a classic pair of diamond studs.
The sophisticated cutting techniques naturally enhance the refraction of the light within the gemstone, with a result of creating just the right amount of sparkle.
As a Valentine’s Day, graduation, or no-occasion gift, they will be surely appreciated for their unique character.
Green Tourmaline Emerald Cut: 6.84 carats
SKU: SD 122
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Details of This Jewel
Paolo Costagli reinvents the class studs in these green tourmaline earrings. A beloved style that that has always found its way into women’s jewellery repertoire, a pair of stud earrings are the perfect all-day accessory. What sets these earrings apart from rest are its near perfect proportions, achieved through modern cutting techniques. They also feature a minimal metal design which allows the emerald cut green tourmalines to take the spotlight and allows these earrings to be lightweight and comfortable enough for everyday wear. Set on 18kt rose gold, the combination of the warm gold and green makes the pair flattering for any skin tone.
Our latest collection of designer gemstone jewellery takes rare gemstones from all over the world and places them front and center. Set in delightful designs, the gemstones are expertly cut to achieve ideal proportions, bringing out their immense color and sparkle. The pieces in this selection are perfect as unforgettable presents, for making a statement, or as everyday jewellery. In designing the collection, Paolo stayed true to his design philosophy of creating jewellery that is as current as the woman who wears it. The result are timeless jewellery designs that are of outstanding quality and meant to last a lifetime.
Tourmalines are highly valued for their fantastic color range. These gemstones exist practically in every imaginable tone and sometimes even “bi-color” which occur when two colors are present in one crystal. Tourmalines get their color from the chemical elements they are exposed to during their formation. Green tourmalines like the one on this pair get their color from vanadium --the same element emeralds from Africa and Brazil get their intense green. Tourmalines also possess impressive hardness which makes them great gems to work with. On the Mohs scale, they score a tough 7-7.5.