Pink Fantasy Ring
Pink Tourmaline, Pyrope Garnet and Purple Spinel vastly set on the ring to create a hint of contrast yet harmonious. A piece of small rough stone and a random placement way of the stones was set to portray nature with mixture of multiple shape such as round, oval and pear, cabochon and facet. Just like you are wearing nature, touching nature or feeling nature. And nature is unique, unsymmetrical and unpredictable.
Pink Fantasy Pendant
As for the pendant, the placement and choice of stones, shape, cut are slightly different. They consists of Pink Opal, Pink Rhodonite, Pyrope Garnet and Pink Tourmaline. When wear together with earrings it is still harmonious even with slight variation.
Pink Fantasy Jewelry Collection By Ivy T
Do you think pink is a lovely colour? In this set of jewelry, the pendant and earrings main stone consists of Pink Opal and Pink Rhodonite with pink gold (rose gold). Supplement stones will be Tourmaline, Garnet and Spinel. The color of pink was chosen because of the admiration of pink flower such as cherry blossom and peach blossom. The inspiration also drawn from not only the flower, but the details such as the petal, bud and blooming flowers that made up the color and shape combinations.
Another combination is the choice of cabochon and facet cut stones which made up a balance reflection or you may call understatement because opaque stone create unique luster and facet stone create light reflection. Each type of cut has its beauty and in this design when put up together, it creates a different outcome. In this jewelry design variation it is definitely a perfect choice to use pink (rose) gold base for the great matching finished.
Tourmaline is the alternate birthstone for October, along with the opal. The stone was first discovered by Dutch traders off the West Coast of Italy in the late 1600's or early 1700's. The name tourmaline comes from the Sinhalese term “turmali,” which the name was given to all colored crystals on the island of Sri Lanka at that time. Tourmaline belongs to a complex family of aluminum borosilicates mixed with iron, magnesium, or other various metals that, depending on the proportions of its components, may form as red, pink, yellow, brown, black, green, blue or violet.
Pink tourmaline is also known as “rubellite,” which is the Latin word for red. Pink tourmaline is the rarest member of the tourmaline family. It is more rare than ruby in fact! The red color occurs because of impurities in the center of the stone. At one time in history, pink and red tourmaline were thought to be rubies. Pink tourmaline tends to be pinker in color than ruby.
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