The prettiest yellow gemstone under the sun
Exotic golden labradorite is burning it up as a collector?s gem
What on earth do we have here? A glorious yellow diamond? Vibrant golden citrine? Or a rare yellow sapphire, perhaps? Yellow labradorite may be under the radar, but it’s burning it up as a collector’s gem.
Labradorite is named after its point of discovery on the Isle of Paul, near Nain, Labrador, Canada. It was discovered there in 1770 by a Moravian missionary. Labradorite has become a popular gemstone among gem connoisseurs and collectors for its many beautiful and unique varieties. Many labradorite stones display an iridescent play of color, similar to opals, but a rarer variety of labradorite possesses a splendid transparent golden champagne color, easily mistaken for a yellow diamond or citrine.
This ring represents almost five total carats of the crème de la crème of golden labradorite. If you’re looking to bring a little sunshine into her life, this ring is sure to warm her heart, and for a price that will warm yours.
- 6 1/4ctw
- Gold finished .925 sterling silver setting
- (1) Oval 10x14mmLabradorite
- (8) round 2.25mm Citrine
- (12) round 1.8mm "The Ultimate DiamondAlternative, Diamondaura"
- (20) round 1.4mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative,Diamondaura"
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