A signature SB design, our Crossover Oval Cocktail Ring is designed with a flatter profile so that it is more practical and comfortable for everyday wear. The choice of gemstones is classic Sophie: a 1.68 CARATA unit of weight that is used to measure the physical weight of diamonds and gemstones, one carat equals 0.200 grams or 1/5 gram and is subdivided into 100 points. The term carat is believed to derive from the carob tree, whose seeds weigh approximately 0.20 grams. To determine the approximate weight of a diamond, ancient jewellers would use carob seeds placed on balance scales. While this archaic method has been replaced with high-precision electronic weighing machines, the terminology has endured. oval TOURMALINE Scientifically, tourmaline is not a single mineral, but a group of minerals related in their physical and chemical properties. The birthstone of October and among the most colourful of all gemstones, it is a well-known gem with some fascinating varieties, including Sophie’s personal favourite, the watermelon tourmaline, which is pink at one end and green at the other. flanked by two oval SPESSARTITE Spessartite is one of the rarest members of the garnet family. Orange to orange-red in colour, it is often referred to as a mandarin garnet because of its vivid colour. GARNETS The birthstone for January, garnets are commonly associated with the colour red but can be found in almost every hue. The collective name for a closely related group of silicate minerals, the green stone tsavorite is one of the most popular and valuable varieties of garnet. , their vivid pink and orange shades combining in vibrant harmony.
- Metal: 18k Yellow Gold
- Central Stone: 1.68ct oval pink Tourmaline
- Surrounding Stones: a pair of AAA quality Spessartite Garnets