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Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring
Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring
Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring
Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring
Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring
Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring
Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring

Story

Rare and exceptionally fine, this Mozambique purple garnet must be seen to fully appreciate its display of color and splendor.

Faceted oval in shape, it has a weight of 10.48 carats! Its hue is deep amethyst in color, but far more radiant than one, possessing intense highlights more akin to that of a sapphire.

It is surrounded by a rim of 16 brilliant cut diamonds carrying a total weight of .96 carats. White and prismatic, their color is H-I and their clarity VS2-SI1.

These are placed into pointed shaped 14k white gold, the halo or cluster effect is that of a star or rays emanating from the center.

A high polished tailored shank places the focus on the gemstone and diamonds.

Note: Mined in only one small area of Mozambique, and recently discovered in 2016, these are the only purple garnets of their type in the world. The mine produces a very limited supply of gem quality garnets, and fewer still of those larger than a few carats each. Further political unrest and regional conflicts continue to restrict these exceptional gemstones coming into the marketplace.

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Divine Purple Garnet Diamond Ring

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Date: Circa 2020.

Measurements: Length of 3/4 inches and 11/16 inches wide and 7/16 inches high. Weight of 7.3 grams.

Hallmarks: 14k.

Condition: Excellent.

Story

Rare and exceptionally fine, this Mozambique purple garnet must be seen to fully appreciate its display of color and splendor.

Faceted oval in shape, it has a weight of 10.48 carats! Its hue is deep amethyst in color, but far more radiant than one, possessing intense highlights more akin to that of a sapphire.

It is surrounded by a rim of 16 brilliant cut diamonds carrying a total weight of .96 carats. White and prismatic, their color is H-I and their clarity VS2-SI1.

These are placed into pointed shaped 14k white gold, the halo or cluster effect is that of a star or rays emanating from the center.

A high polished tailored shank places the focus on the gemstone and diamonds.

Note: Mined in only one small area of Mozambique, and recently discovered in 2016, these are the only purple garnets of their type in the world. The mine produces a very limited supply of gem quality garnets, and fewer still of those larger than a few carats each. Further political unrest and regional conflicts continue to restrict these exceptional gemstones coming into the marketplace.