18kt Rose Gold Black Spinel and Black Diamond Ring
Description & Details
One of a kind emerald cut black spinel ring set in 18kt rose gold with black diamonds.
An amazing, rare and very saturated blue spinel is the protagonist of this very unusual ring set with black diamonds arranged in "sprinkled pattern".
The perfectly aligned facets together with the high optical properties of Spinel, make this ring sparkle from every possible direction and in every light condition, making it perfect statement ring for an all-day wear.
Warm rose gold color paired with "sprinkled" diamonds make this one of a kind ring certainly a show stopper.
Black Spinel: 12.38 carats
Black Diamonds: 3.68 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
SKU: AN 793_5.0
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Details of This Jewel
This black diamond ring by Paolo Costagli is made truly extraordinary by the addition of black spinel. Though not exactly black in color, the spinel in this premium statement ring is of an exceptional deep blue which adds a gorgeous depth to the piece. The emerald-cut spinel weighing 12.38 carats sits on the middle of the ring cushioned by round black diamonds on all sides. More diamonds radiate in a “sprinkled” pattern around the thick 18kt rose gold band, giving the ring an eternal sparkle.
Our latest collection of designer gemstone rings are all original creations of Paolo Costagli. Featuring rare gemstones sourced from exotic locations from around the world, these stones are set in spectacular designs that are perfect for daily casual wear, momentous occasions, and even as non-traditional engagement rings. In true Costagli tradition, the gemstones are precision cut to perfection bringing out their best color and sparkle. Design-wise, Paolo wanted to create jewellery that is as current as the woman who wears it. In this collection, it is clear that he has achieved this once again as these rings are timeless both in style and quality.
Spinels have been heralded for their beauty for centuries. Technically, spinels are crystals but because of their properties, they have been used as gemstones for the longest time. Like tourmalines, these crystals come in a wide range of colors including red, pink, and violet. But perhaps, the most arresting variety of this gemstone is the blue spinel. Blue spinels are highly valued for their intense color which oftentimes, rivals the sapphire. They can be quite rare and are mined mostly in Asian regions and a select African countries. Apart from their color, the spinel’s hardness (an 8 on the Mohs scale) is also impressive and contributes to its value.