Many Georgian and Victorian almandine garnets possess a pink purple hue that could almost be mistaken for amethyst. Yet its highlights are brighter and overall fall on the fuchsia spectrum rather than a pure grape purple color, giving them a distinctive look all their own.
Five of these gemstones are faceted in oval shapes and graduate and taper down each side. Their total weight is 2.5 carats, and the five resonate with colors lush enough to make the mouth water.
Between each garnet is set a pair of diminutive rose cut diamonds, 8 in all for a total weight of .08 carats (color H-I, clarity SI1-2).
In 15k gold, the gallery underneath forms a gilded drapery to uphold the gemstones and diamonds.