18kt Yellow Gold Green Sapphire Ombre Band Ring
Description & Details
18kt yellow gold Ombré band set with multishade oval green sapphires at 11 o'clock® with signature Brillante® motif.
Reimagined from summers spent at the Tuscan shore, the Ombré collection highlights the diverse hues and textures found in sapphires. Paolo Costagli hand selects the sapphires in varying sequences to make each jewel unique and reverse sets the gemstones to create a play on light and modernity.
Green sapphires: 4.86 carats Discover the details of Sapphire
Width: 5 mm
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Details of This Jewel
The 18k Yellow Gold Green Sapphire Ombre Band Ring belongs to Paolo Costagli’s Ombre Collection --a vibrant collection of fine sapphire jewelry inspired by Tuscan summers by the sea. This sapphire engagement band ring has a 5mm band set with multishade green oval sapphires with the total weight of 4.86 carats. 18k yellow gold makes the perfect setting for this green sapphire band ring which also bears the classic Brillante motif --a signature Paolo Costagli design. An excellent alternative to the conventional diamond engagement ring, this sapphire band is the top choice among the younger set. Even the Duchess of Cornwall, Catherine, more popularly known as Kate Middleton, was presented with a sapphire engagement ring by her beloved.
The Ombre Collection was created by Paolo Costagli to celebrate the beauty of sapphires. His inspiration for his creations are the colors of the Tuscan summer, a cherished memory from his youth. According to Paolo, the hues and textures of sapphires capture the majesty of the Mediterranean Sea perfectly. Each stone used in the collection was picked by Paolo himself to ensure that they are up to standards. They are then reverse set on precious metal to bring out their color and brilliance. The Ombre Collection is as fresh and youthful as it is a solid classic.
It’s a common misconception that sapphires are only blue in color. The rarest ones from Kashmir, Burma, and Sri Lanka are indeed deep blue, however, sapphires mined from other parts of the world come in a wonderful range of colors including green, pink, and orange. Touted as the Stone of Wisdom, sapphires have a reputation of bringing enlightenment to its wearers according to Greek and Buddhist lore. Sapphires are also known to be quite tough --a 9 on the Mohs scale-- a trait that has made it popular among jewelers over the years.