Bellarri "Cabaret" 18K Pink Gold, Natural Morganite & White Diamond Ring

This is our first-ever creation from Bellarri's limited "Cabaret" Collection, and this ring is one of only three ever created in this design.

It starts with a solid 18K pink gold shank and setting and features a gorgeous 16.65 carat all-natural, earth-mined, untreated and unheated faceted Morganite. The stone is crystal clear - you can easily enjoy the filigree undergallery with signature Bellarri "B" through the Morganite from any angle. And the color is rich and vibrant, a peachy-salmon indicative of a natural, untreated stone.

For those of you just discovering and learning about Morganite, most Morganite you'll see on the market that features a bright bubblegum-pink color has been lab-enhanced with heat to artificially create that pink color. This is common practice, but Bellarri prefers her Morganites (as well as the other rare members of the Beryl family such as aquamarine and emerald) in their natural, geologically-developed color. The stone in this ring has not been lab-treated or enhanced in any way - it's just as Mother Earth made it.

Surrounding the Morganite are a whopping 81 points - more than three quarters of a carat - of natural VS white diamonds. But the diamonds aren't just set in a circle - they're actually set in an uninterrupted spiraling stream that starts at the top setting and flows around the Morganite, down below the filigree, and down the shank. We included a separate photo array below, clearly indicated, that shows you the spiral as we slowly rotated the ring for each individual photo.

The top setting measures .75" in diameter, with a .45" rise up off the finger. The shank is a standard Bellarri size 7 and sizing is available.

Retail was well over $10K on this ring, and sales tax would put you well over $11K. We've got it for only $3495. Check around and you'll see you won't find a 16+ carat natural, untreated Morganite plus 81 points of diamonds anywhere else for that amount, especially not with this quality and attention to detail.


The following photos were taken in series, showing the diamond spiral...