Garnet Rhodolite & Pink Sapphire Ring

Paolo Costagli
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Garnet Rhodolite & Pink Sapphire Ring

$9,200
$4,600 Gilt
Size (US):
Women's Rings
US Alpha Metric
3 XS 14.5mm
4 XS 14.9mm
4.25 XS 15.04mm
4.5 XS 15.27mm
4.75 XS 15.53mm
5 XS 15.7mm
5.25 XS 15.9mm
5.5 XS 16.1mm
5.75 XS 16.3mm
6 S 16.5mm
6.25 S 16.7mm
6.5 S 16.92mm
6.75 M 17.13mm
7 M 17.35mm
7.25 M 17.45mm
7.5 M 17.75mm
7.75 M 17.97mm
8 L 18.2mm
8.25 L 18.4mm
8.5 L 18.9mm
9 L 19.0mm
9.5 L 19.4mm
10 L 19.8mm
10.5 L 20.2mm
10.75 L 20.4mm
11 L 20.6mm
11.5 XL 21.0mm
12 XL 21.4mm
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    Alpha S
    Metric 16.5mm
  • 6.50
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    Alpha S
    Metric 16.92mm
Color:
pink
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Description
Designer

18K white gold band ring with 18K yellow gold setting for cushion cut rectangular garnet rhodolite, pink sapphire, and pave diamond details on band

  • Total garnet rhodolite carat weight is 5.96 Pink
  • Total pink sapphire carat weight is 1.00
  • Total diamond carat weight is 0.20
  • 0.3 inches long
  • 0.6 inches wide
  • Ring is sizable by up to one size larger or smaller

Material: 18K white gold, 18K yellow gold, diamond, rhodolite, and sapphire

Brand: Paolo Costagli

Origin: United States

Bellissimo! Jewelry designer Paolo Costagli’s flower-bright baubles seem freshly picked from a Florentine garden...and it’s no wonder why: Inspired by his childhood home of Florence, jewelry designer Paolo Costagli has said that he finds inspiration for his enchanting designs in memories of the beautiful country-side, art and architecture of Italy. His masterful eye, on the other hand, comes from training: Now based in New York City, Costagli first left his hometown for California at the age of 20 to pursue his gemologist degree. He opened up his first boutique in 1991, but not before a stint as an apprentice in several South American gemstone mines. The culmination: a treasure trove collection of colorful pieces that stand the test of time.