18kt White Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Ring
Description & Details
18kt white gold ring set with an emerald-cut green tourmaline and round brilliant diamonds.
Each Paolo Costagli contemporary engagement ring is a one of a kind, handcrafted testament to your love story.
The beauty is in the details - from the combination of hues, the cut of the gemstones, and the color of gold in the mountings, every element is personally designed by Paolo, culminating in timeless yet non traditional treasures.
Green tourmaline: 7.34 carats Discover the details of Tourmaline
Diamonds: 1.03 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
Width: 15 mm
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Details of This Jewel
Quite a marvelous piece, this tourmaline and diamond ring is a sure conversation starter. From Paolo Costagli’s Contemporary Engagement Ring Collection comes this three-stone engagement ring. Its white gold band is pave set with brilliant white diamonds all the way to the centre where a striking 7.34-carat emerald-cut green tourmaline is mounted. More round white diamonds surround the green gem like a halo. Paolo recreates classic engagement ring designs with popular gemstones, breathing new life into them. These designs come in perfect time as the public’s interest in gemstones is piqued. One of the most popular gemstone engagement rings in our time is the magnificent royal family heirloom given by Prince William to his then fiance.
The Contemporary Engagement Ring Collection is the latest in Paolo’s long line of modern gemstone creations. The rings in this collection are characterized by their blinding brilliance, spectacular colors, and non-traditional yet timeless designs. This unconventional tourmaline ring is a shining example of his expertise. Gemstone engagement rings are the perfect alternative to the traditional platinum diamond ring first popularized decades ago. With a fantastic variety of precious stones to choose from, modern couples favor gemstone rings as they seek for the perfect jewel to express their individuality and undying love.
Tourmalines are known for their impressive durability. The ancient Chinese used this semi-precious stone to carve their prized figurines, many of which are still standing and are displayed in museums today. In addition to this enduring quality, tourmalines are memorable to jewelers because of their variety in color. These stones are said to exist in a rainbow of hues, all with superb brilliance when properly cut.