Garnet Ring – Emerald Cut Rhodolite Garnet

Garnet Ring – Emerald Cut Rhodolite Garnet

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14 karat white gold rhodolite garnet and diamond ring. The centerpiece of the ring is a 1.87 carat emerald cut rhodolite garnet. It is such a pretty dark pink that it is easily confused with a pink tourmaline. There are 0.12 cttw. round brilliant cut diamonds prong set around the stone and on both sides of the shank.

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14 karat white gold rhodolite garnet and diamond ring. The centerpiece of the ring is a 1.87 carat emerald cut rhodolite garnet. It is such a pretty dark pink that it is easily confused with a pink tourmaline. There are 0.12 cttw. round brilliant cut diamonds prong set around the stone and on both sides of the shank.

Garnet traces its roots to the Nile Delta in 3100 B.C., where Egyptian artisans crafted the gemstone into beads or laid them into hand-wrought jewelry. This gem, whose name is derived from the Greek “granatum,” reminded the ancients of the ruby pearls of the pomegranate. In centuries past, garnets were thought to light up the night and offer protection from nightmares. Travelers carried garnet to protect against misfortune when far from home.

Today, garnet is beloved around the world not only for its fiery colors, but for brilliance that spans the entire color spectrum.

Rhodolite

From the rich raspberry tones of rhodolite; the deep purple of grape garnet; the lime shades of tsavorite and demantoid; even the sea blues of Madagascar, there is no limit to garnet’s allure. There are garnets that change color in different light, translucent green garnets that resemble jade, garnets with stars, garnets that have been mined for thousands of years and garnets that were just discovered in the last decade

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