From Bellarri's Colors of Passion Collection, this piece has a lot more going on than first meets the eye. And, our apologies in advance if this description seems as long as John Galt's speech! This pendant starts with solid 18K yellow gold, and features a total of 13.86 carats of gemstones. It's a double-decker, and across the top it has large faceted peridot, pink tourmaline, blue topaz, amethyst, red garnet, and citrine. The bail features more rhodolite garnet - four faceted barrel-cut rhodolites. Decorating the entire perimeter of the piece, on its first level, are groupings of (in order) pink tourmaline, amethyst, peridot, more pink tourmaline, blue topaz and citrine. And 31 points of diamonds decorate every nook and cranny, from the settings in between the top setting, to the top of the bail, to ribbons of diamonds around the perimete of the top level, to the vertical ribbons that connect the levels. It's a substantial piece, weighing 13.8 grams, just under half an ounce. And it measures 1.15" tall x .75" wide x just under half an inch thick. It's an expensive pendant relative to others on our site, and that's in large part due to all the pink tourmaline - this is the most pink tourmaline we've ever gotten on a Bellarri pendant.