18kt GREEN SAPPHIRE OMBRE HOOP EARRINGS
Description & Details
18kt yellow gold Ombré hoop earrings with bezel set multishade oval green sapphires and signature Brillante® motif, petite.
Reimagined from summers spent at the Tuscan shore, the Ombré collection highlights the diverse hues and textures found in sapphires. Paolo Costagli hand selects the sapphires in varying sequences to make each jewel unique and reverse sets the gemstones to create a play on light and modernity.
Green sapphires: 3.70 carats Discover the details of Sapphire
Diameter: 15.7 mm
Pierced with butterfly back
SKU: HP 23G
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Details of This Jewel
These 18KT Green Sapphire Ombre Hoop Earrings feature a timeless, well-loved earring style accented with gorgeous gemstones. As part of Paolo Costagli’s 45-piece Ombre collection, these green Sapphire hoop earrings boast world class craftsmanship and tasteful design, making it a choice piece for the modern, stylish woman. Multifaceted oval-shaped sapphires are modeled on 18-carat yellow gold bezel set hoops. The green Hoop Earrings measure 15.7 mm in diameter and have classic butterfly backings. Each piece has six sapphire stones, with a total of 3.70 carats. Staying true to his signature of excellence, Paolo Costagli hand picks the sapphires and reverse sets the stones to create a unique design. A play on light and modernity is showcased in his meticulous work.
The Ombre collection gives the grand stage to beautiful sapphire stones, highlighting the diverse colors, textures and finishes of the popular gemstone. It is inspired by summers spent by the Tuscan sea, which marvelously boasts various hues and a warm, cozy appeal. Costagli reimagined this view, turning it into masterfully crafted earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets. The results are world class pieces that effortlessly elevate any outfit and add a luxurious touch to its wearer.
Green sapphires are just one among the many different hues of this beloved gemstone. While the royal blue variety is the most well known of all, sapphires comes in many different colors. This gem is the birthstone for September celebrants and it is also considered a traditional gift for 5th, 23rd and 45th wedding anniversaries. They are classified as one of the hardest natural minerals and come second to diamonds. It is a little known fact that rubies are closely related to sapphires, as they both come from the same corundum mineral but differ in color. Sapphire is considered to be the non-red variety of corundum and some stones can exhibit two or even more colors.