Color shifting magic! Alexandrite - first discovered in the Ural mountains of Russia in the 1830s - was named for the heir to the imperial throne, Alexander II, the future Emperor of Russia. This prized gemstone is very rare and exceptionally special owing to it's spectacular pleochroism. Alexandrite appears green in daylight or under fluorescent light, and purplish or brownish red in incandescent or firelight. This (literally) phenomenal 2.63ct cushion-cut alexandrite has been set in a platinum mounting with pentagonal accent diamonds at each shoulder. Extraordinary, truly. What complex, powerful woman will wear this ring? 🔥 #instagramexclusive (and on display at our BK shop.)
A patented diamond cut that is as distinctive as it is beautiful, the ASHOKA® cut features a unique arrangement of 62 facets creating a dazzling prismatic effect, giving it a fiery brilliance. #ASHOKADiamond#KwiatDiamonds
Ring Ring Ring! Santa called and we know exactly what she wants this Christmas! This stunning white gold ring is only $999 and we have many other rings to fit her specific style and you price range! Come see us at J Green and Company Jewelers today! 😍💎💍#1diamondjeweler#jgreencojewelers#diamonds#ring
This is a beautiful vintage Landstrom ring, crafted from Black Hills Gold, found only in Black Hills, North Dakota. The metal is solid 10k gold, which forms many textures on the top of the ring. There is a large pink rigid leaf in the center, which is surrounded by smooth yellow gold. To either side of the pink leaf, there is a small green leaf. There is a yellow sapphire on one, and a green sapphire on the other. The ring did not originally include the sapphires; they were added sometime after. Find this on the ETSY store!