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Pink Turquoise, Quartz and Diamond 18k Ring

RRP: $4,380.00
$1,898.00 (You save $2,482.00)
SKU:
PSD-8146081

Product Description

A unique oval ring with a pink stone base, an clear dome overlay of quartz, and a line of bead-set diamonds all set in 18k gold. 

Materials Spotlight:

  • Turquoise has enjoyed thousands of years as a well-loved gemstone the world over.  Although we typically know its opaque aqua-blue and robin's-egg green hues, it also occurs in white and a yellowish-green. It is mined mainly in the American Southwest and in the Middle East, with small deposits in China. There are many convincing and attractive imitations of turquoise, but an almost certain identifier of the real thing is in its 'matrix': the dark veins. If they lie recessed below the smooth blue surface, it's likely the real thing!
  • Much of the world's best fine jewelry uses 18k Gold. It's pure enough to add luxury and great value to a piece, and yet reinforced enough to be durable. Often a richer yellow color than its less-pure gold counterparts, it is usually stamped with '18k', but in many jewelry markets you will see it stamped '750'. This karat's metal purity is approximately 75% gold, mixed (alloyed) with silver, copper and zinc. Although gold is mined a natural bright yellow, gold can be alloyed into pink, white, green, blue, purple, gray and black colors.  
  • Although the family of quartz gemstones is widely varied in appearance, one of its most classic, well-known forms is the clear crystals left beautifully un-polished, or cut into round shapes as with this design. Cut quartz can either be textured with a soft matte surface or a high polish!  
  • Less-romantically known as carbon, diamond is the hardest known substance. Many diamonds are over three billion years old, and scientists find them in surrounding rock that is significantly newer, as a result of new volcanic material moving old diamonds around deep underneath the earth's surface. Australia is a major producer of the tiny diamonds, called 'melee', used in much of today's jewelry. 



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