18 kt white gold pendant set with Paraíba tourmaline & diamonds
18 kt white gold pendant set with Paraíba tourmaline & diamonds
18 kt white gold pendant set with Paraíba tourmaline & diamonds
18 kt white gold pendant set with Paraíba tourmaline & diamonds

18 kt white gold pendant set with Paraíba tourmaline & diamonds

Normal price €28.800,00
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Including VAT

18 kt white gold pendant set with extremely rare Paraiba tourmaline of 2.60 ct and diamonds. This pendant from our own studio is a feast for the eyes. This artwork made of rare materials is also a beautiful collector's and/or investment object. 

Has the piece of jewelery already been sold or is Paraiba tourmaline not quite your taste? Choose a gemstone from the wide collection of gemstones and let us tailor the perfect ring for you.

Material: 18 kt white gold

Stones: Paraiba tourmaline (2.60 ct)

1x 0.35ct VVS E diamond GIA2215273331 & 0.48ct (18x) VVS E diamond

Certificate: FAMILY

Design: MV

Product number: C&C 84101

 

Paraiba tourmaline

No other gemstone has made such an impression in the gemstone market in recent years as the Paraiba tourmaline. This material is named after the Brazilian state of Paraiba, where it was first found in 1987.

Its extraordinarily bright blue, turquoise to green color is not found in any other wearable gemstone. The hue is often referred to as "electric" or "neon" and is reminiscent of a beautiful, azure tropical sea.

When properly cut, this gemstone is literally stunning. The paraiba tourmaline seems to glow on its own, even when there is little ambient light. It owes its impressive color intensity to the traces of copper and manganese, which have not been found in any other tourmaline before. That alone makes the stone a geological rarity.

These properties are the reason why the paraiba tourmaline is one of the most expensive and sought after gemstones in the world. Its carat price can be well above that of flawless, perfect diamonds if the colors and clarity are excellent. As a rule, the best colors are obtained by slightly heating the stone, which causes secondary purple and green tones to disappear.

Unfortunately, this mineral is extremely rare. Brazil's deposits have been considered depleted for years and no significant mining is currently taking place. The African mining areas in Nigeria or Mozambique, which were only developed later (around 2000), have already been largely exploited.

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