brilliant green rare Kornerupine ring

Kornerupine and Diamonds Ring with Leaves and Mixed Golds

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Want to make your friends green with envy?  Kornerupine sparkles like nobody's business. Since it is one of the rarest gems in the world, it is considered a collector's stone. Initially discovered in Greenland in 1887, it comes in a variety of colors from several locations around the world.  Cole cut this stone. The 18K yellow gold leaves compliment the spring green gem. The ring shank and diamond prongs are  made from 14K white gold.  Kornerupine is a moderately soft stone, 6 .5- 7 on the Mohs scale, so it is suitable for a dressy ring, not one to wear working with your hands in the garden.

  • Overall Length of Ring: 3/8"
  • Kornerupine Size: 5.5 mm, round, green,  artist cut
  • Diamonds:  14, 1.5 mm, .21 ct tw, recycled
  • 18K yellow gold, 14K white gold

We can size this ring to a perfect fit. Please email us your ring size when you place your order. If you are not sure about your ring size, place the order, email us and we will send you a set of ring sizers.

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