18kt Gold Hexagonal Green Tourmaline Pendant Necklace
Description & Details
One of a kind hexagonal shape green tourmaline pendant necklace set in 18kt rose gold.
A perfect gift for any occasion, from graduation to Valentine's Day, this 18kt rose gold green Tourmaline pendant will certainly be appreciated for its very unusual hexagonal shape and perfection of cutting techniques.
Thanks to its great proportions, it can be worn either by itself or layered with any other pendant necklaces without being overwhelming.
Rose gold paired with grass green Tourmaline are great compliments to any complexion.
Green Tourmaline: 3.15 carats
SKU: CO 433
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Details of This Jewel
Paolo Costagli combines a classic design with modern cutting techniques to create this princess length pendant necklace. Featuring a 3.15-carat, hexagonal cut green tourmaline set on 18kt rose gold, the necklace is an eye catcher. Its simplicity makes it the perfect daytime piece that can be worn alone or layered with other necklaces. Another quality which makes this piece unique is the combination of the green with the rose gold which lends to the necklace being universally flattering.
Shop green tourmaline jewellery from our latest collection of designer pieces by Paolo Costagli. Our latest collection presented in this trunk show features rare gemstones sourced from the exotic locations around the world, chosen by the designer himself. To bring out the best from his discoveries, the gemstones are precision-cut to perfection uncovering their beautiful colors and incredible brilliance. In designing the jewellery, Costagli adhered to his long-standing philosophy of creating jewellery that is as current as the woman who wears it. The result are timeless jewellery pieces that are meant to withstand trends and generations.
Tourmalines are highly valuable gemstones that come in a rainbow of colors. Their color variety truly makes them fascinating, a delight to find and eventually wear as a jewel. The coloring of tourmalines are hugely impacted by the elements present in their crystal structure. In the case of green tourmaline such as the one in this pendant necklace, the color comes from vanadium --the same element that colors the emeralds mined in Africa and Brazil. Tourmalines are also heralded for their hardness --a 7 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale, which makes them pretty durable. They can also present a variety of optical effects including change of color depending on angle, and chatoyancy otherwise called the cat’s eye effect.