18kt Rose Gold Green Tourmaline Earrings
Description & Details
One of a kind emerald cut green tourmaline earrings with square shaped green tourmaline pendants set in 18kt rose gold.
Clean lines, absence of metal and great proportions make this pair of green tourmaline earring a delight to wear.
Like any other gemstone in the collection, these green tourmalines were cut with ideal proportions in mind to afford the maximum return of light to the wearer and the minimum quantity of metal create an effect as if they were suspended on the ear.
Very comfortable due to their minimal weight, they are to be enjoyed for an all-day wear.
Green Tourmaline Top: 5.93 carats
Green Tourmaline Pendant: 5.82 carats
SKU: OR 704
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Details of This Jewel
These green tourmaline earrings are an original creation by Paolo Costagli. Set on 18kt rose gold, a pair of emerald cut and square cut grass green tourmalines hang in a flowing silhouette forming spectacular dangling earrings. The combination of the warm rose gold and the cool tourmalines make the pair universally flattering across all skin tones. Designed with ideal proportions and minimal metal, these earrings give the illusion of floating gems when worn. Not to mention, they are quite comfortable for all-day wear.
Find the best emerald cut green tourmaline jewellery in Paolo Costagli’s latest collection of designer gemstone jewelry. Our latest collection puts the spotlight on the rarest gemstones sourced from exotic regions around the world. In true Costagli tradition, the gemstones featured in each of these pieces are picked with utmost care and are precision-cut to achieve ideal proportions where they shine their best. The result are fantastic gems with excellent light refraction and color. In terms of design, Paolo remained true to his philosophy of creating jewellery that is comfortable and wearable for everyday.
Tourmalines are sought after for their incredible range of colors. These gemstones have so much variation that sometimes, even two colors present themselves in one gem. The colouring of tourmalines are highly dependent on the elements present during its formation. In the case of green tourmaline such as the ones set on these earrings, the color comes from vanadium --the same element that gives emeralds from Africa and Brazil their color. Tourmaline sare also valued for their hardness --a 7-7.5 on the Mohs scale. They can also feature a variety of optical effects including change of color depending on the light source, and chatoyancy or the “cat’s eye” effect.