Gemologists favorite find
The Victorian Rhodolite Garnet Ring and Earrings deliver Victorian luxury at a very modern price
George Frederick Kunz had an eye for gemstones. In the Victorian Era, legendary gemologists Kunz discovered endless new wonders, and so only a select few new stones got him really excited. But when, in 1882, Kunz discovered a rare form of garnet in the mountains of Macon, North Carolina, with a ravishing pale-rose color, he named the new stone rhodolite, after the local rhododendron flowers.
Today, we’re feeling just as poetic about rhodolite as Kunz was back in 1882, and so we’ve created the Victorian Rhodolite Garnet Ring. This vintage Victorian-era diamond-shape design is faithful to the time period of Kunz’ discovery, and features 10 stones of pale-rose rhodolite, weighing a total of 2 ½ carats. Sixty stones of scientifically-grown DiamondAura® add a flash of fire and brilliance, all set in a rose-gold finished ring.
- Set includes Ring and Earrings
- 2 3/4ctw Ring; whole sizes 5-10
- 6 3/4ctwEarrings; post backs
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