Newly discovered in 1902 in California, the gemstone Kunzite was named after gemologist and author expert George F. Kunz, the first individual to study and evaluate the then newly uncovered stone. A form of spodumene, it is unusual and somewhat rare.
Centered is an oval faceted 1.82 carat gem of a luscious pink. The intricate setting of 14k rose gold is the complement to the pink kunzite. Face and sides of the ring sport an open work mounting set with .90 carats of cognac colored diamonds (SI1-2 clarity)…almost resembling a diamond-studded wheel of fortune.
A slightly tapered rose gold shank completes a ring which speaks of romance and excitement.