This gorgeous 14k gold cocktail ring features a deeply saturated blue-green Indicolite Tourmaline, with rows of channel set baguette diamonds down each side of the ring. The rectangular gemstone is large, with a stunning presence on the hand, and is held in place by carefully carved talon prongs that subtly resemble the claws of a bird. The emerald cut of the tourmaline has vertical facets that create beautiful striping down the stone, which is mirrored by the vertical lines of the baguette diamonds. The ring is substantial when viewed from the side, with a sculptural look to its high carriage. The deep blue-green color and clean lines of the stones make this a stunning and understated cocktail ring. Designed by Kirsten’s Corner, this is a one-of-a-kind ring and is part of our Signature Collection.
The name Indicolite is a combination of the Greek word for stone and the French word for indigo. It is a durable stone and ranks as 5.6 on the hardness scale. It is known for strengthening perception and communication abilities.
The Indicolite Tourmaline is 10.6 x 12.2 mm and weighs 7.26 carats. There are 10 baguette diamonds in the ring, ranging in size from 4.25 x 2.5 mm to 2.25 x 1.75 mm. They are bright and lively, VS1 in clarity and H in color. The diamonds weigh 1 carat.
The ring is marked as 14k. The band ranges in width from 6.5 mm at the top to 3.2 mm at the bottom. The ring weighs 7.45 grams. A ring size 6.5, and could be resized up or down one size.