18kt Rose Gold Rhodolite Garnet Earrings
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Description & Details
One of a kind emerald cut rhodolite garnet earrings set in 18kt rose gold.
Clean lines, warm colored natural gemstones, and ideal cutting make this pair of all-day Rhodolite Garnet earrings a delight for the wearer.
The weight of each earring is light and will not pull down the ear and it is designed specifically for maximum comfort.
The warm 18kt rose gold paired with full-bodied saturations are the perfect compliment to any complexion while the scale allows for an everyday wear.
Rhodolite Garnet: 14.88 carats
SKU: OR 705
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Details of This Jewel
These rose gold rhodolite garnet earrings by Paolo Costagli delights from day to night. Set in 18kt rose gold, an emerald cut rhodolite garnet hangs from another rhodolite stud forming a stunning set of dangles. The warm glow of rose gold enhance naturally the pink gemstones and compliments gently the complection of any wearer. Designed with the ideal cutting proportions, these rhodolite garnets catch the light with perfection. And with minimal metal in the design, these earrings not only give the illusion of floating gems but also make them comfortable for an all-day wear.
Our latest collection of designer jewellery highlights the wonderful colors of rare gemstones from all over the world. Each jewellery in this collection features a gemstone of high value picked by Paolo himself. As with all Costagli jewels, the gemstones are expertly cut in perfect proportions. The result are fantastic gems with amazing light refraction and color. In designing these pieces, we stayed true to our design philosophy of creating jewellery that is wearable from day to evening. Which is why, the resulting designs are timeless both in style, comfort, and quality.
Better known as pink garnet, Rhodolite garnet is one of the several types of garnet, the other two being pyrope, which is red, and almandine, which is violet. The name Rhodolite comes from the Greek word “rhodon” which means rose-colored, a fitting name for this blushing gemstone. Rhodolites is the lightest kind of garnet and can vary from rose, to purple red, to bright raspberry. With the right cutting parameters, they can be quite sparkling which is why they are very sought after. Like majority of garnets, Rhodolites are mined in regions in Asia, Africa, and the United States.