Bellarri "Boulevard" 18K White & Pink Gold Rhodolite Garnet & Diamond Ring, with Hidden Diamond Undergallery

A newly-retired, limited-prodution design from Bellarri's "Boulevard" Collection, this ring is very similar to the two-tone blue topaz version we just recently posted.

It starts with a solid 18K white gold shank, atop which sits a solid 18K pink/rose gold setting that features 5.20 carats of deep-hued rasberry rhodolite garnet set in a 3x3 grid of 9 Mystique-cut stones with gently scalloped flat tables.

Usually the colored gemstones are the highlight of Bellarri's unique jewelry creations, but this is one piece where the diamonds deserve special attention. You can see 4 diamonds set in cylindrical settings at the center of the rhodolite grid, as well as diamonds set around the entire perimeter of the rose gold setting, and even more diamonds clustered down below in square settings at the top of each side of the 18K white gold shank. But what you might easily miss are all the diamonds decorating the undergallery of the ring - this is what sets this version of the ring apart from the blue topaz version. Not only is the main gemstone different - rhodolite vs. topaz - but this ring features diamonds decorating the undergallery all the way around the ring. The resultant diamond carat weight is 39 points, almost double that of the blue topaz version of the ring.

The top setting measures .7" x .7", with a rise of .35" up off the finger. The shank itself is a size 7 and sizing is available. The ring weighs 7.6 grams.