18kt White Gold Radiant Cut Green Tourmaline Ring
Description & Details
18kt white gold three-stone ring set with a radiant-cut green tourmaline flanked by two emerald-cut green tourmalines with diamond detail.
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 tourmalines: 6.27 carats Discover the details of Tourmaline
Diamonds: 0.14 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
Width: 12 mm
SKU: AN 657_5
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Details of This Jewel
Paolo Costagli’s three-stone radiant-cut green tourmaline ring belongs to his Contemporary Collection --a line of modern engagement jewelry with non-traditional designs featuring magnificent gemstones. This 18kt white gold ring is encrusted with round pave diamonds with a total weight of 0.14 carats, and mounted at the center is a radiant-cut green tourmaline flanked by matching green emerald-cut tourmalines. A total of 6.27 carats of tourmaline adorns this piece. Gemstone engagement rings have grown in popularity in the last decade as more and more celebrities flaunt their gemstone treasures on the red carpet. However, the most popular gemstone engagement ring of our time belongs to a royal --the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine-- who was presented with a family heirloom worn by the former princess of Wales, herself.
The Contemporary Collection is a dazzling line of handcrafted gemstone engagement rings. Each ring in the collection is completely unique and features a magnificent gemstone expertly picked by Paolo himself. The designs are fresh and modern, yet timeless in its appeal. Mounted on high-polish gold and surrounded by diamond details, each ring is a standout. Gemstone engagement rings are an excellent alternative to the traditional diamond ring. This green tourmaline ring crafted by Paolo and his team is a brilliant example of how gemstone pieces can be classic.
Tourmaline is mined from various Asian, African, and South American regions like Afghanistan, Brazil, Mozambique, and Nigeria. Although it might be considered by some a semi-precious stone, it is highly valued by true connoisseurs nonetheless. The ancient Chinese used the exotic tourmaline to create prized figurines because of its durability and enduring beauty. And in spiritual and metaphysical circles, this stone is held in high regard because of protective properties.