The brilliant ombre of a magnificent sunset best describes the color of this captivating pink-orange Padparadscha from Sri Lanka. The eye-catching, oval-cut treasure weighs nearly 17 carats and is adorned by a double diamond pavé band.
Amidst a border of white diamonds, is a natural pure fuchsia color of tourmaline of near ten carats. This striking hue is rarely found in this type of gemstone, making its profound natural color such a intensely desired jewel for many collectors worldwide.
A rare sight of an oval cut Alexandrite of 6.92 carats is encased around a delicate halo of brilliant cut diamonds followed by sparkling pear-shared diamonds forming glorious petals in a blooming state. The exotic center stone shifts its color according to the ambient lighting, with it appearing as purplish greenish blue during daylight and changing to a purplish red under incandescent light. A double split shank design is imposed to bring an element of lightness.
Rested on a hollow pillow crafted by a diamond lattice weave is a 13 carat natural blue spinel. The dreamy ocean blue against the sharp white, and a bold single stone no a delicate cluster creates a beautiful, contrasting balance.
This cushion cut 12.59 carat Paraiba tourmaline is handsomely framed with a uniformed halo of diamonds. The design allows the wearer to admire the beauty of the center stone through multiple vantages.