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Emerald and Tourmaline Bague Couronnee Ring

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$1150.00

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Emerald and Tourmaline Bague Couronnee Ring
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  • Emerald and Tourmaline Bague Couronnee Ring

Bold and elegant, this one-of-a-kind Dorette ring is a dance of green-toned stones surrounding a tiny, vibrant emerald. The green tourmalines and emerald are meticulously hand set in 18K yellow gold bezels backed with sterling silver to create an open design centered on the thin gold band. Playfully sophisticated and ultra-feminine, this eye-catching ring adds an effortless style to any jewelry collection. 

total height : 3/4" : 18K yellow gold and sterling silver
green tourmalines : 3 : 3mm x 5mm to 4mm x 7mm : .80cttw
emeralds : 2 : 1.5mm diameter to 4mm x 6mm : .21cttw
18K yellow gold band width : 1mm
size available : 6.5+
please contact us for sizing options 

total height : 3/4" : 18K yellow gold and sterling silver
green tourmalines : 3 : 3mm x 5mm to 4mm x 7mm : .80cttw
emeralds : 2 : 1.5mm diameter to 4mm x 6mm : .21cttw
18K yellow gold band width : 1mm
size available : 6.5+
please contact us for sizing options 

Paris - Catherine Lévy has always had a passion for making beautiful jewelry. As a child growing up on Paris, she would assemble wearable creations made from chick peas, pebbles, snail shells and other random objects. She continued to hone her creativity while attending art school where she studied design. During her travels to India, she became dazzled by the profusion of personal adornment she encountered and dreamed of mixing the lush richness of traditional jewelry with jewelry forms of the French provinces. The result is her collection based on the color, form and natural shape of precious gems - each piece 'diffuses a singular murmur and (is) always cheerful company'.