Rhodolite Garnet Pendant

$2,995.00

This Garnet pendant is a one-of-a-kind design. It features Rhodolite Garnets with white Diamond accents. Both the Garnets and the Diamonds are set in 18kt yellow gold. In this Garnet pendant the stones are a perfect match in both cut and color. The chain is not included in the price.

Description

This Garnet pendant is a one-of-a-kind design. It features Rhodolite Garnets with white Diamond accents. Both the Garnets and the Diamonds are set in 18kt yellow gold. In this Garnet pendant the stones are a perfect match in both cut and color. The chain is not included in the price.
Our designer, Dan Harrison, has been in the jewelry business for over 42 years. In this time he has acquired contacts from all over the world. As a result, Dan is able to acquire some of the more rare gemstones. Some of these gems and cabochons might not be used for weeks, months, or even years until inspiration strikes. Once the material has spoken to him Dan will start the long, arduous design process. Every step of the design and construction process is overseen personally by Mr Harrison.
18kt yellow gold has long been valued for its sumptuous color. 18kt yellow gold is approximately 75% gold. In other words, 18kt receives its color from the additional gold content. This gold looks equally impressive when brushed or polished.
Garnet is the birthstone for January. Most people assume that garnet is only available in Red. However, it comes in a variety of colors. These include green, red, orange, and various shades of purple. Garnet is a very bright stone. It can be found in North and South America. There are also important deposits in Africa, India and Russia.
White diamonds come in a variety of quality levels. The Gem Institute of America has created what they call the 4 c’s of grading. These include: Cut, Clarity, Color, and Carat weight. Here at the gallery we focus primarily on the cut. If you were to look at a raw diamond next to a brilliant cut diamond the cut is what brings out the internal beauty of the stone. The cut has the most amount of influence on the diamond. As for color, we tend to focus on G-H which is the near-colorless range. For clarity we typically use SI1-SI2. For more information check out the GIA website.

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