Blue Spinel and Lagoon Tourmaline Ring
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Description & Details
One of a kind cushion shape blue spinel ring flanked by trillion shape lagoon tourmalines set in 18kt white gold with pave-set round, brilliant diamonds.
Clean lines, perfection of cutting techniques, exquisite combination of bright colors and comfort for everyday wear.
A rare, intensely saturated blue spinel, cut for perfect light refraction, shines bright in both daylight and evening light, making this ring perfect for all day wear.
White round brilliant diamonds wrapped around the ring make it sparkle from any angle you turn your hand.
Blue Spinel: 8.18 carats
Lagoon Tourmaline: 2.32 carats
Diamonds: 0.33 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
SKU: AN 791_5.0
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Details of This Jewel
A mesmerizing combination of blue spinel and lagoon tourmaline, this three stone ring by Paolo Costagli is a showstopper. Set on the thin 18kt white gold band is an 8.18-carat cushion-cut blue spinel flanked by trillion-cut lagoon tourmalines forming an impressive design. The band, as well as the prong settings, is encrusted with brilliant white round diamonds giving the ring a beautiful sparkle in all directions. The highly saturated blues and greens of this ring makes it suitable both for nighttime and daytime wear.
Our collection of designer gemstone rings celebrates the diverse beauty of these precious crystals which are sourced from exotic locations around the world and picked by Paolo himself. The gemstones featured in each jewellery are cut to perfection, bringing out their best color and brilliance. They are then set on polished 18kt gold in different tones. In true Costagli tradition, our design philosophy remains to be to create jewelry that is as current as the woman who wears them. The result is a collection of gemstone rings that are timeless in terms of design and quality.
Blue spinels are prized for their intense color. Quite a rarity, these stones are mined almost exclusively in Asian regions including Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Pakistan, and in Tanzania. Apart from their colouring, their hardness is also impressive, adding to their market value.
Tourmalines are one of the most fascinating and diverse gemstones in the world. They come in so many color variations that sometimes, two colors are present in one crystal! The lagoon tourmaline found in this statement ring is one excellent example. Tourmaline’s green coloring comes from vanadium --the same element that gives emeralds their hue. In addition to their wonderful color range, tourmalines can also be exceptionally clear and lustrous, qualities that are important to jewellers.