Indicolite Tourmaline Ring by Oscar Heyman, 17.52 Carats

  • An exceptional 17.52-carat indicolite tourmaline displays a vibrant shade of blue-green in this ring
  • Among the rarest colors of tourmalines, these gems are highly coveted
  • The gem is placed in a platinum setting with diamond accents by the famed Oscar Heyman
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Item No. 31-5709

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A stunning emerald-cut indicolite tourmaline weighing 17.52 carats displays a vibrant blue-green color in this ring by Oscar Heyman. This gemstone is set in a geometric, Art Deco-inspired setting with six baguette and six round white diamonds totaling 1.06 carats. A member of the Elbaite species of tourmaline, the indicolite or indicolith is one of the rarest colors in which to find tourmaline. The stone is known and loved by collectors for its intensely radiant, but not too deep, blue-green color. This particular example is certified by the American Gemological Laboratories as untreated, meaning its rare color is entirely nature-made. Set in platinum.

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Indicolite Tourmaline Ring by Oscar Heyman, 17.52 Carats
Maker: Oscar Heyman
Period: Contemporary
Origin: America
Type: Rings
Style: Art Deco
Indicolite Tourmaline Ring by Oscar Heyman, 17.52 Carats
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