Specs: An important blue zircon from the crust of the earth, this very rare 10.75 carat stone is hundreds of millions of years old and hails from Austrialia. In the middle ages, zircon was said to aid sleep, bring prosperity, and promote honour and wisdom in its owner. The name probably comes from the Persian word 'zargun', which means 'gold-coloured', although natural zircon comes in a wide range of different colours. This Paula Crevoshay couture ring features natural white zircons of .66 cttw, iridescent moonstones of .70 cttw and diamonds totaling .23 cttw set in 18k yellow gold with the Crevoshay hallmark stamp inside the ring. A certificate of authenticity and gemological appraisal accompany the piece.
This ring is part of our Talisman Collection Alternative Wedding Collection but can be worn for any purpose. The fresh and sparkling unique blue hue is reminiscent of pure running water.