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.
Perfect as a non-diamond engagement ring, as well as an everyday jeans and t-shirt ring, this 18kt rose gold ring set with diamonds, features an ideal cut green tourmaline at its center.
The warm gold hue makes a wonderful contrast with the bright green Tourmaline, creating a totally unexpected and appealing color combination.
Like all the jewels in the collection, clean lines are the focus of the design for an everyday wear.
Green Tourmaline: 3.65 carats
Diamonds: 0.30 carats (D-G color, VS clarity)
SKU: AN 789_5.0
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Details of This Jewel
This breathtaking ring by Paolo Costagli showcases the beauty of tourmaline set against rose gold. Designed with a thin band, this ring need not to be reserved only for special occasions but can be worn every day with comfort. Prong-set on the middle of the ring is an emerald-cut green tourmaline weighing 3.65 carats, flanked by round white diamonds that are pave-set on the band. Crowning the green gem are more white diamonds, throwing off sparkle in all directions of the ring.
Our collection of designer gemstone rings are all original creations of Paolo Costagli, who also sources the gems from exotic locations. The gemstones used on each ring are expertly cut and if necessary, treated, to bring out their best color and brilliance naturally . And with 18kt gold as a setting, these pieces prove to be timeless not only in design but also in quality. Our design philosophy of making jewelry that is as current as the woman who wears it shines on in this collection. Design-wise, these statement rings feature clean lines and geometric shapes that make them fabulous to be worn on its own but also easy to wear with other pieces of jewelry.
Tourmalines are quite fascinating gemstones both because of its variety and different compositions. Influenced largely by the chemical elements present during their formation, these gemstones come in such a wide array of colors --sometimes even two in one crystal!. However, despite the variety in color, all tourmalines share the same desirable properties such as clarity, hardness, vitreous lustre. Green tourmaline like the one used in this ring resemble the variety known as chrome tourmaline which owes much of its color to vanadium, like most emeralds from African and Brazilian regions. Because of its intense color, green tourmaline is often the top alternative to emeralds.