Green Sapphire Ombre Trillion Stud Earrings
Description & Details
18kt yellow gold Ombré stud earring set with oval green sapphires.
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: 3.41 carats Discover the details of Sapphire
Pierced with butterfly back
SKU: SD 115G
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Details of This Jewel
A part of Paolo Costagli’s well-loved Ombre Collection, these Green Sapphire ‘Ombre’ Trillion Stud Earrings showcase expertly crafted design for the elegant woman. These Green Sapphire Stud Earrings are set in classic 18-carat yellow gold, with comfortable butterfly backings. Each earring features three stunning green sapphire stones, with an all around weight of 3.41 carats. The Sapphire Stud Earrings receive a personal touch from the designer himself, as Costagli hand selects the stones, creating unique pieces of jewelry.
Paolo Costagli’s love for the summers spent by the Tuscan sea is well exhibited in one of his newest collections. The Ombre Collection turns the spotlight towards sapphire stones, highlighting their gorgeous varied hues and textures. Like Costagli’s other collections, the Ombre also boasts expert craftsmanship, brilliant jewels and world class style. These green sapphire trillion stud earrings reflect the flawless beauty and charm of the Tuscan sea, making them a great addition to any jewelry collection.
The sapphire gemstone scores a 9 out of 10 in the Mohs Hardness Scale – a system developed in 1822 that measures the scale of hardness of various minerals. It is one of the most durable and popular precious stones that we have on the planet. While blue is the best known color of this stone, it actually comes in many other colors like green, pink, yellow, orange and more. There is also a color changing variety, which can display different hues depending on lighting. This variety is one of the rarest types of sapphire and also the most expensive. The color change sapphire looks blue in natural lighting and turns into violet under artificial lighting, making it one of the most intriguing jewels that we know of. Another rare variety is called the Padparadscha, which exhibits a orange-pink tone and is valued even higher than blue sapphires.