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The Vault from Gems en Vogue 14K Gold Trillion Tsavorite & Diamond Ring - 134-564


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134-564 - The Vault from Gems en Vogue 14K Gold Trillion Tsavorite & Diamond Ring
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The Vault from Gems en Vogue 14K Gold Trillion Tsavorite & Diamond Ring

This glamorous ring stuns with a lovely gem on top and a gorgeous two-tone gold design! Crafted in 14K white and yellow gold, this ring showcases one trillion cut 5mm tsavorite in a claw setting. Also on this design are 12 round cut 1.3mm white diamonds in bead settings. The shank features a lovely bead detailing.

The total weight of tsavorite is 0.05ct and the total weight of diamond is 0.12ct (all approximate). The diamonds have a color of I-J and a clarity of I1-I2. The ring measures 3/8”L x 13/16"W x 3/16"H.

Includes one year vendor warranty from date of purchase.

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Part of the Gems en Vogue Collection. Made in China. Gemstone may vary in color and/or pattern. Please allow for these natural variations. All weights pertaining to gemstones, including diamonds, are minimum weights. Additionally, please note that many gemstones are treated to enhance their beauty. Click here for important information about gemstone enhancements and special care requirements.


Tsavorite    


Tsavorite:

Pronounced SAV-OH-RITE, the tsavorite gemstone features an intense green color that ranges from a vivid light hue to a deep, velvety forest shade. It is a member of the garnet family and is often referred to as a green grossularite. Like other garnets, tsavorite is naturally pristine with no treatments and features a strikingly high brilliance.

In 1967, British geologist Campbell R. Brides discovered tsavorite in Tanzania. He found strange, potato-shaped rocks that had breathtakingly beautiful green grains and crystals inside them. In 1971, he discovered the same gemstone vein extended into Kenya, where he could officially start exploiting the occurrence.

Henry Platt, the former president of Tiffany & Co in New York, named the stone after its occurrence near the famous game frontier, Tsavo-National Park. In 1974, Tiffany’s started a special promotion campaign to make tsavorite well known throughout the United States. Campaigns in other countries followed, and tsavorite soon became sought-after everywhere.

Tsavorite is quite rare and can cost several thousand dollars per carat depending on size and quality. Larger stones are exceedingly scarce. Only occasionally is a rough crystal more than 5.00ct found, making tsavorites weighing 2.00ct or more quite valuable. Fortunately, the brilliance and luminosity of these gems are displayed even in smaller sizes. They rank a hardness of 7.5 on the Mohs Scale and enjoy an especially high light-refraction index.

Too new to have folklore of its own, tsavorite is believed to hold the mystical powers of garnet, including protection and healing. Garnets also symbolize loyalty and can be exchanged between friends to ensure they meet again.




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