Bellarri "Colors of Passion" 18K Pink Tourmaline Ring

It has been almost 2 years since we've had an R7019 Pink Tourmaline in stock - it's hard enough getting dealers to relinquish their Bellarri pink tourmaline stock, it's even harder to find pink tourmaline that lands under the $1300 price point. Tourmaline supply has been tight - for everyone, not just Bellarri - for several years now, due to mine closures, rising input costs and increasingly stringent worker safety laws, so if you've noticed that the quality of tourmaline coming from other designers has been waning, this is why.

Fortunately for Bellarri's customers, she would rather just temporarily walk away from a particular gemstone than force lower quality on customers - this is what has happened with aquamarine, as there's very little in dealer showcases and Bellarri isn't designing any more collections with it. We digress, but the point is rings like this aren't growing on trees anymore.

It features a solid 18K white gold shank and setting, with an all-natural, untreated, unheated earth-mined 4.31 carat faceted pink tourmaline center stone, flanked by .92 carats of additional natural pink tourmaline baguettes set into the ring's shoulders and extending down both sides of the shank. Genuine white diamonds - 8 points / .08ct - decorate the setting corners as well as the front and rear of the shank.

The top setting measures .45" x .3" (.6" if you measure across the shoulders) with a rise of .3". The shank is a size 7, and sizing is available.