18kt Rose Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Ring
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Description & Details
One of a kind emerald cut green tourmaline ring set in 18kt rose gold with pave-set round, brilliant diamonds.
A traditional ring set with an ideally cut green tourmaline and diamonds, this jewel is intended to be worn from day to night and in every occasion.
The warm rose gold together with this amazing grass green Tourmaline create an unexpected combination of colors that flatter any complexion.
The diamonds embracing the surfaces allow for the ring to sparkle from every angle.
Green Tourmaline: 3.32 carats
Diamonds: 0.28 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
SKU: AN 792_5.0
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Details of This Jewel
A green tourmaline sits majestically atop its rose gold pedestal, forming a surprisingly beautiful combination that is universally flattering. This green tourmaline ring is an original creation of Paolo Costagli. Central to its design is an emerald cut grass green tourmaline weighing 3.32 carats. Cradling this magnificent gem are brilliant round white diamonds. The ring’s band is intentionally styled to be thin for comfort. Crafted of 18kt rose gold, the band plays beautifully against the green tourmaline.
By Paolo Costagli, our collection of designer gemstone rings showcases the magnificent jewels of the world sourced from exotic regions. On each ring in this collection you will find an expertly cut gemstone set beautifully on 18kt gold of different tones to bring out their best qualities. In designing this collection, Costagli remained true in his philosophy to create jewelry that is as current as the woman who wears them. The result is a collection of timeless gemstone rings that are perfect both for everyday casual wear, special evening events, and even as an engagement ring. These pieces are created to stand the test of time both in terms of style and quality.
Tourmalines are highly valued in the market because of the fantastic color variety that they offer. Quite fascinating crystals, they owe their coloring mostly to the elements present their development thus their wide range of hues. In rare cases, one crystal can contain two very different colors and such variety can cost a lot of money. Green tourmaline, such as the one you will find on this ring is known chrome tourmaline. Despite its name, green tourmaline gets it color from vanadium, the same element that colors emeralds from Africa and Brazil. Apart from their color, tourmalines are excellent gems because of their impressive clarity, hardness, and lustre.