18kt Yellow Gold Citrine Brillante® Valentina Ring, petite
Description & Details
The 18kt yellow gold Brillante® Valentina ring set with a Brillante®-shape citrine and diamond detail.
A Brillante-shaped citrine hovers over pave-set diamonds giving the stones a golden glow. Set on 18kt yellow gold, this statement rings complements warm skin tones and stacks beautifully with other colorful pieces.
The Brillante Valentina collection combines clever engineering and classic styles in its designs. Using modern engineering techniques, the gemstones are cut into the iconic Brillante motif resulting to a jewel with captivating color and superb brilliance.
Citrine: 2.71 carats Discover the details of Citrine
Diamonds: 0.05 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
Width: 9 mm
SKU: AN 656C_5
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Details of This Jewel
The 18kt Yellow Gold Citrine Valentina Ring belongs to Paolo Costagli’s Brillante Valentina Collection - a line of masterly crafted rings which combines the signature Brillante motif with the award-winning Valentina design. This citrine and diamond engagement ring has a 9mm band encrusted with pave-set 0.05-carat diamonds and a 2.71-carat citrine mounted on top. Truly a work of art, this citrine yellow gold ring gives the appearance of a brilliant gem floating over a bed of diamonds. A well-loved gemstone, citrine has been a red carpet staple for years. Celebrities like Kate Winslet and Emma Watson have worn the gem to events.
Two of Paolo Costagli’s renowned designs come together in the Brillante Valentina Collection. This line of custom-made rings presents the beauty of diamonds through the veil of rich, colorful gemstones. Using a modern mounting technique, Paolo sets precise-cut gemstones over pave diamonds, creating a mesmerizing effect. The gemstones in this collection take on the shape of the iconic Brillante cut --a geometric design inspired by the Venetian motif which can be found on architecture all over ancient Venice. The Valentina capsule collection won an award in 2013 and one of the bracelets from the Brillante Collection is currently displayed in Museum of Arts and Design in New York City.
Citrine, which translates to lemon in French, shares the same zesty hue as its namesake. Citrine comes from the same family as quartz, it is mined from several African countries, Bolivia, and Brazil. In its natural form, it ranges from light yellow to yellow-orange. Citrines of deeper hues are often heat-treated. Known as the Merchant’s Stone, it is believed to protect from negative energy and promote creative thought.