SKU: 16112 9359

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This stunning Paraiba tourmaline and diamond ring is positively gleaming with eye catching sparkle and rich color! The rare and beautiful 1.21ct oval cut tourmaline center has a vibrant and highly saturated minty green hue that stands out strikingly against the bright white sparkle of the diamonds! Paraiba tourmalines derive their color from copper and are very rare, the most sought after variety of tourmaline. It is surrounded by a gorgeously contrasting double halo of exceptionally well cut diamonds. The effect is bold and glamorous, yet elegantly feminine!

The 1.21ct Paraiba tourmaline is an even and richly saturated mint green. It is a rare and beautiful hue! The tourmaline is eye clean, luminous, and dimensional, displaying a beautiful play of light and color. Totaling 0.38ct, the diamonds are bright white, graded G-H for color. They perfectly set off the green of the tourmaline. Graded VS2-SI2 for clarity, the diamonds are 100% eye clean. The few inclusions are much too small to see with the naked eye, and the diamonds are bright and vibrant. Very well cut, they display dazzling sparkle! The tourmaline and diamonds are all natural and earth mined. The setting is solid 14k white gold. The ring measures 14.6mm across (north south) and 5.6mm from finger to top.

Bold and luxurious in color and design, this striking ring is an excellent choice for an eye catching cocktail ring or alternative engagement ring! Make this luxurious ring yours before it’s gone.

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