A rare gemstone, a natural Kornerupine!
Kornerupine was first discovered in 1884 in Greenland, and is named after the Danish gemmologist, Andreas N. Kornerup. It is an extremely rare gemstone usually found in a clear brown or yellow crystal form.
One of the rarest colours to find a Kornerupine in is green.
The beautiful cut really shows this unique Kornerupine.
Made from 18ct yellow gold, using a technique called reticulation. Reticulation permits us to create unique textures in gold. It takes a deft hand on the torch to get the desired results. With reticulation you can texture a surface of gold. It produces a ridged or ripply surface through controlled heating. The ridges of a reticulated surface are more pronounced than any other surface treatment. You can never get the same result twice, so a piece is always unique.
She is also suitable as a stackingring, as can be seen on the photos.
We can not do anything about the size, it is a real one of a kind ring.
Size: 17.5mm (US: 7 and UK: O)
18K yellow gold
One of a kind!