18kt Orange Sapphire Ombre Hoop Earrings
Description & Details
18kt yellow gold Ombré hoop earrings with bezel set multishade oval orange sapphires and signature Brillante® motif.
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.
Orange sapphires: 3.70 carats Discover the details of Sapphire
Diameter: 15.7 mm
Pierced with butterfly back
SKU: HP 23O
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Details of This Jewel
Modern and sophisticated, these 18KT Orange Sapphire ‘Ombre’ Earrings are one of the extraordinary pieces in Paolo Costagli’s Ombre collection. Exhibiting the brand’s Brillante motif, these orange Hoop Earrings feature classic 18 carat yellow gold bezel set hoops and multishade oval orange sapphire stones. It offers a dainty look, measuring only 15.7 mm and finished with a traditional butterfly backing. Six sapphire stones decorate each hoop and feature 3.70 carats. Orange Sapphire hoop earrings such as this beautiful Costagli creation are styled to be paired well with both casual and dressy ensembles, offering a versatile look for any jewelry lover.
Paolo Costagli’s Ombre Collection redefines the beauty of the Tuscan sea through dazzling jewelry pieces. These brilliant jewels are inspired by the summers spent at the Tuscan shore, a place close to the designer’s heart. The 45-piece Ombre collection offers several necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings that all highlight the varied hues and textures of the well-loved sapphire stone. This collection is meticulously made and handcrafted with a personal touch, as Costagli himself hand picks each sapphire stone and does a reverse setting technique to keep each jewelry piece unique. Displaying radiance and subtle elegance, these pieces showcase Costagli’s legendary world class craftsmanship.
Unlike the royal blue sapphire stone variety, which is distinctly more formal, these lightly colored sapphires offer a more versatile day-to-night look, making them perfect for the modern woman. All sapphires belong to the mineral corundum, only differing in color depending on their mixed trace elements. Aside from its aesthetic appeal, sapphires are also very durable. They are known to be the second hardest natural mineral and can only be scratched by a diamond. The most rare kind of sapphire stone is called the “Padparadscha” - a pinkish-orange stone that is highly valued in the market, even more than the royal blue variety.