18kt Gold Rhodolite Pink Garnet Ring with Diamonds
Description & Details
One of a kind cushion shape rhodolite pink garnet ring set in 18kt rose gold with pave-set round, brilliant diamonds.
This 18kt rose gold rhodolite pink garnet and diamonds cushion ring features the quintessential characteristics of a Paolo Costagli jewel: perfection in gemstone cutting techniques, clean lines and comfort for an everyday wear.
Wear with jeans and a t-shirt, as a right hand ring, or a non-diamond engagement ring, and you can be sure that it is the perfect compliment for every occasion.
Rhodolite Pink Garnet: 3.20 carats
Diamonds: 0.26 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
SKU: AN 787_5.0
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Details of This Jewel
By Paolo Costagli, this pink garnet statement ring leaves a lasting impression after the first glance. The ring features an 18kt yellow gold band, white diamonds, and a pink garnet. Designed with a narrow band, the ring is comfortable enough for daily wear and is ideal for stacking. Central to this piece is a prong-set, cushion-cut rhodolite garnet that weighs 3.2 carats. In true Costagli tradition, the pink garnet is cut with extreme precision to yield maximum color and brilliance. Flanking the garnet is a row of sparkling white diamonds, pave-set on the polished gold band.
Our collection of designer gemstone rings puts the spotlight on magnificent jewels sourced from exotic locations and picked by Paolo himself. The stones presented on each piece are masterfully cut to achieve perfection in terms of color and sparkle. They are then set on 18kt gold --a setting where the shine their best. In designing these rings, we wanted to create jewelry that is as current as the woman who wears it. At the same time, we wanted them to bear the qualities of an heirloom piece --timeless, beautiful, and durable. These rings are designed with geometric centerpieces that look fabulous on their own but also stack perfectly with other pieces, allowing you to create multiple looks with your collection.
Also known as pink garnet, rhodolite is one of the classifications of this gemstone, the other two being pyrope (red) and almandine (violet). Rhodolite gets its name from the Greek word “rhodon” meaning rose-colored. Being the lightest kind of garnet, a rhodolite’s color can range from rose to purplish red, to bright raspberry. They are known to be quite brilliant and rarely require any form of treatment --just the right cut. Like most garnets, rhodolites can be found in regions of Asia, Africa, and in some parts of the United States.