18kt Gold Aquamarine and Morganite Earrings
Description & Details
One of a kind aquamarine earrings and trillion shape morganite set in 18kt white and rose gold.
Old World aquamarine cushion cut proportioned with very modern morganite trillion facets alignment make this one of a kind pair of earrings one of the most unusual gemstone combinations you can possibly imagine.
Aquamarine and Morganite, coming from the same family of Beryl, create a soft and wearable color combination for an all-day wear accessory that will never go out of style.
Clean lines, great proportions and minimum weight were very carefully designed for the comfort of the wearer.
Aquamarine: 16.97 carats
Morganite: 4.30 carats
SKU: OR 703
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Details of This Jewel
These aquamarine earrings by Paolo Costagli features not one but two special gemstones in one delightful design. The earrings begin with trillion cut morganite studs set on 18kt rose gold. Beneath these marvelous pink gemstones hang a perfect matched pair of cushion cut aquamarines, this time, set in 18kt white gold to complement their cool tone The pastel combination of these earrings make them a lovely jewel for daytime but which also wears well into the night. Designed with perfect proportions and minimum weight, they are comfortable for an all-day wear.
Shop for the perfect pair of aquamarine stud earrings in our latest collection of designer gemstone jewellery. All original creations by Paolo Costagli, the collection puts the spotlight on unique gemstones from all over the world. Like all Costagli jewels, the gemstones used in the jewelry featured in this trunk show are carefully chosen and expertly cut to bring out the best of their natural beauty. In terms of design, we adhered to our philosophy of creating jewellery that has clean lines, bright and comfortable.. The resulting pieces exude modernity and timelessness in both color, style, and quality.
Named after the cool waters of the sea, aquamarines are sought after because of their pleasant sky blue color. These gemstones are quite rare and valuable in pleasantly saturated varieties, like the one on this pair of earrings, which does not hint to the grey but is true sky blue. This color in aquamarines is widely appreciated because it compliments well practically any complection. Morganites, also known as pink beryl, come from the same family as aquamarines but in pink to orange colors. The light magenta color of Morganites, the most prized hue, are predominantly found in Madagascar, Brazil and Africa.