Designed for evening fun and celebrations, our Pink Tourmaline and Purple Amethyst Cocktail Earrings are ready to party. Oval AMETHYSTSThe world's most popular purple gem and the birthstone for February, amethyst is a lilac variety of the quartz family. Ranging from pale lilac to deep purple, amethysts have been worn as a form of adornment for thousands of years.
are suspended beneath pear shape pink TOURMALINES
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.
, RIBBON SET
A term created by Sophie to describe a very fine bezel setting (a type of gemstone setting that secures a stone in place using a continuous band of metal), the ribbon setting is designed to minimise the amount of metal overlapping the top of the gem.
in 9 KARAT
A measurement of the purity of gold alloyed with other metals, 9K gold is composed of 37.5% pure gold and the remainder alloy. yellow gold. From the 'It's Time to Party' earrings edit, Sophie pairs gemstones in unexpected colour combinations to make a uniquely beautiful statement.
- Metal: 9K Yellow Gold
- Length: 24mm