18kt White Gold Pink and Mint Tourmaline Ring
Description & Details
18kt white gold three-stone ring set with an oval-cut pink tourmaline ring flanked by two oval-cut mint tourmalines with diamond detail.
Each Paolo Costagli contemporary engagement ring is a one of a kind, handcrafted testament to your love story.
The beauty is in the details - from the combination of hues, the cut of the gemstones, and the color of gold in the mountings, every element is personally designed by Paolo, culminating in timeless yet non traditional treasures.
Pink tourmaline: 6.22 carats Discover the details of Tourmaline
Mint tourmalines: 3.63 carats Discover the details of Tourmaline
Diamonds: 0.11 carats (D-G color: VS clarity)
Width: 13 mm
SKU: AN 709_5
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Details of This Jewel
This oval-cut pink tourmaline ring is from Paolo Costagli’s Contemporary Collection --a curation of custom-made engagement rings featuring magnificent gemstones handpicked by Paolo himself. The 18k mint tourmaline ring’s 13 mm band is set with round white diamonds. At the center of the band, a 6.22-carat pink tourmaline is mounted on white gold prongs. Flanking this spectacular gem are two oval-cut mint tourmalines. Paolo breathes fresh air into a classic Italian design with this fresh color combination. In the past decade, gemstone engagement rings have taken the spotlight as the younger set profess their love and commitment with these colorful stones. Shop Paolo’s collection for non-traditional tourmaline rings and other gemstone jewelry.
The Contemporary Collection is a line of gemstone engagement rings designed by Paolo Costagli --a world-renowned expert in gemstones and jewelry design. Drawing inspiration from his Italian roots, beautiful proportions and mesmerizing color combinations make the rings from the line an instant contemporary classic. Gemstone engagement rings make a perfect alternative to the traditional platinum diamond ring. With more stones to choose from, the younger set favors these types of rings as it gives them more room to express their individuality.
Tourmalines come in a wide variety of colours and even have varying names per region. Red and pink tourmalines are called Rubellites and in past civilizations, they were even thought to be actually rubies. Ancient folklore says that tourmalines come in such an array of hues because they have traveled the rainbow. Admittedly, this is a charming story for these beautiful semi-precious stones. Apart from their attractive colors, tourmalines are prized for the durability. The ancient Chinese used the stone to carve figurines, plenty of which still stand to this day.