Fashioned into "sugarloaf" shapes, these 2 gemstone rings are bright statement rings which have an almost sweet-looking appeal to them. The "sugarloaf" cutting is very similar to the cabochon cut, that fine jadeite pieces favour, in its domed surface but differs slightly with a pronounced 4-sided polish instead of a fully domed surface. The 4 sides are smoothly polished and give the gemstones a pointed top. Unlike faceted gemstones which have sparkly appearances, "sugarloaf" shapes display the pure colour of the carved gemstones.
Both gemstones rings are brightly coloured but with a different colour hue. The orange, fanta-coloured gemstone is a spessartite garnet while the bright pink gemstone is a tourmaline. The beautifully vivid hues in these 2 gemstone rings are paired with warm, 18K rose gold in classic bezel ring settings. This classic ring design emphasizes the bright hues of the gemstones and also allows these rings to be worn together as stacked rings (photos 9 and 10).
The main photos are taken in natural lighting and the last two photos are taken in indoor lighting to give an accurate representation of how the gemstone rings appear in different lighting conditions.
Do note that the price listed is for 1 ring.
Visible inclusions. These can be seen clearly with a loupe or a magnifying glass. Photos can be zoomed in when viewed on a desktop computer for a clear view of the gemstones.
Ring size: HK 14 / US 6.5
Spessartite "sugarloaf" weighs 4.57cts.
Tourmaline "sugarloaf" weighs 2.76cts.
18K Rose gold.