Tan Year-Round with the Sun on Your Finger?
Golden Beryl-- the same beryl family as Emerald and Aquamarine!
Do you consider yourself a sun worshipper? Now you can wear the sun all year-round.
Meet golden beryl, the new gem that’s burning up the jewelry world. This exotic stone is chemically identical to an emerald but features the radiant color of a canary diamond. First discovered by E. Kaiser in the African country of Zambia, golden beryl is the stone we’re calling the “gift of the sun.”
After its discovery, golden beryl was given the scientific name heliodor for the Greek word “helios,” meaning “sun,” and “doron,” meaning gift. This gem’s unique, brilliant golden color is caused by inclusions of iron found in the stone. Unlike other beryls, golden beryl seldom has flaws. It’s special enough that the Hall of Gems in Washington, D.C., showcases a flawless 2,054-carat golden beryl stone in its collection.
We’ve just unearthed a cache of this very rare gem and want to share the wealth with you! Stauer readers, please meet our Sun Worshipper Ring. This astounding ring showcases 3 total carats of Brazilian golden beryl surrounded by the Ultimate Diamond Alternative®, DiamondAura®, in yellow gold-finished .925 sterling silver. And because we get our golden beryl straight from the source, we’re able to offer it at a price that won’t make you see stars.
For your next special occasion (or just because), don’t promise her the moon. Give her the gift of the sun with the Sun Worshipper Ring!
- 3 2/5 ctw
- Yellow gold-finished .925 Sterling Silver setting
- (1) oval 8x10mm yellow Heliodor
- (52) round 1mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative, Diamondaura"
- Design 20mm L, 14mm W
- Band 1.5mm width
- Sits 5mm high
- 3 grams
- Available in whole sizes 5-10
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