A radiant 11.41-carat brilliant-cut Paraiba tourmaline is on display in this eye-catching ring. Exhibiting a refreshing and incandescent yellowish-green hue, the GIA-certified gem is joined by a halo of approximately 1.08 total carats of diamonds in its 18K yellow and white gold setting.
Only first discovered in 1989, the Paraiba tourmaline is one of the world’s rarest and most brilliantly colored gemstones. Considered even rarer than diamonds, these stones have only been found in the copper-rich mines of Brazil, Nigeria and Mozambique. It is thanks to their rare chemical composition that these gems achieve their spectacular coloring and neon-bright glow.Download the GIA Certification