Regal and exceptional, this luxury high jewelry has been crafted from the rarest form of none oil emerald. The magnificent beauty of 3.77 carats exudes class in every possible way. The elegance of this exquisite ring and rich emerald green is a symbol of timeless luxury.
Handcrafted with unparalleled sophistication, securing the extraordinary emerald gem is the double sharp crawls, design in yellow gold bringing the masterpiece to new heights.
The overall look of this bespoke design is truly enthralling and a new frontier of artistry with the centre emerald gem surrounded by pear shape diamonds in one direction, unique spiral effect brings all attention to the breath-taking vivid green emerald. Pave of taped diamonds band on each side, give a stunning finishing touch.
Customised Fine Jewellery
This fine jewellery emerald ring has been meticulously designed with an eye for detail and perfection. It features a high jewellery look and has been beautifully crafted to be worn as a wearable work of art and a legacy heirloom jewellery. This exceptional design has breath-taking fancy detailing with diamonds skillfully matched in proportion for crafting a perfect design.
It takes multiple weeks to finalise the jewellery design to perfection right from the moment of the initial inspiration. High-level of coordination between our designer and master craftsman during the customised process to the final creation of this magnificent jewel.
This engagement ring features a dazzling tanzanite gemstone that has been customised for the couple. Tanzanite is one of the most unique gems available today, featuring a one-of-a-kind greyish and violet shade. The gem in this design is unheated without heat treatment. This stunning ring is sure to make jaws drop with its mixture of colour shade and brilliance. The attractive and unique gemstone was crafted in rose gold ring which imparts warmth to the overall design.
Customised Engagement Ring
Design of the ring consists of side diamonds set beside the main Tanzanite. The couple who opted for this customised design spent time in discussing the fine details for their once in a lifetime and memorable event of their life. The gentleman tweaked the design a bit to have additional diamonds set on the sideband underneath the Tanzanite. This stunning colourful engagement ring is both classically elegant and eye-catching. Lively in colour, this tanzanite ring is surely going to attract a lot of curious onlookers.
Alexandrite is immensely popular for its colour changing phenomenon. The gem changes its colours under different lighting. It appears green under fluorescent light and reddish-purple under incandescent light. Hence it is popular as Emerald by day & Ruby by night. You may not find the stone attractive at first sight. However, it is treasured and appraised by several gem collectors. If you have a thing for rare things, or a unique proposal ring customised with colour change gem, then you will certainly fall in love with this precious gem.
Alexandrite displays a myriad of colours under ambient and natural daylight lighting. The colour range varies between green and reddish-purple. The Alexandrite that we featured is one of the most sought after gem owing to its rarity and qualities. Alexandrite is the most valuable Chrysoberyl gemstone that is sourced from Brazil, Madagascar, India, and Sri Lanka. The per carat price of fine quality Alexandrite is comparable or even higher than emeralds and rubies. This is because such precious gems are extremely rare and usually available in only small carat size.
Alexandrite – Colour Change
Not all Alexandrite gems exhibit a distinct change in colour. There is a variation from green to reddish-purple. It is quite tough to find quality alexandrite gems these days especially the ones than change their colour from green to red distinctly. In order to retain the rarity, most of such rare gems are not cut proportionally for retaining the maximum carat weight. At GIOIA Fine Jewellery, we have a variety of cuts and shapes in our collection, you can choose from oval, cushion. These stones are difficult to source and usually demand additional cutting work to achieve a well balanced brilliance.
Like all natural gemstones, Alexandrite come with natural inclusions too. This helps gemologists’ to distinguish between a synthetic and natural gem. Not all alexandrite stones are transparent. Most of them are cloudy or opaque, due to its inclusion. Alexandrite is the birthstone for the month of June along with moonstone and pearl.
Flora Milgrain Ring
This alluring flora milgrain ring features round spinel gemstones on either side of Alexandrite. The greenish teal spinel represents the Alexandrite under fluorescent light and reddish-purple spinel under incandescent light. The central Alexandrite has halo diamonds set around it so as to resemble a flower. In the process of customised design, we added fine milgrain detailing like floral vines on the sidebands to render a natural theme to the overall designing. The round brilliance of diamonds is going to stun everyone along with the perfect amalgamation of Alexandrite and spinel.
Constellation wedding bands hint that both your meeting with your loved one was truly written in the stars. These wedding rings are unusual and truly wonderful. Elegantly and beautifully designed with the presence of both the lovely couple. These are customised with a personal touch and have been delicately crafted to stand out. This constellation wedding rings were customised to signify many precious moments the couple lived and cherished.
Constellation Wedding Bands
The couple wedding bands have been customised in a constellation pattern and the stars are represented by the precious, sparkling gemstones that align with the colour scheme of the engagement ring. Featuring the stars in the lovely night sky seen from the exact time and remind the couple of such memorable moments. The engagement band can be stacked with the wedding ring to provide a design that is unique in itself. The ring looks beautiful on its own and also mounts beautifully when stacked.
Customised Engagement Ring
The engagement ring feature oval pink sapphires that have excellent brilliance and sparkle. They shine from all angles. The pink sapphire used for the lady’s ring has a slight tinge of violet. The saturation is on the higher side thereby making it a unique gem having an exceptional shade of pink. The sapphire engagement ring has been designed to sit in between two pear-shaped diamonds. The customised setting of this trilogy ring in rose gold renders the design brilliant. On the side of this trilogy ring, it was framed with both couple’s initial giving a personal touch in this engagement ring.
It can be quite a challenging task to pair coloured gemstones unlike diamonds which is colourless. This can be even more daunting if the gems involved in the design are emeralds, sapphires, and rubies. We have one of the most sought-after gems in our collection which is the unheated pigeon blood ruby. It is not easy to come across this gem even a single piece due to its rarity. The process demands tedious sorting through hundreds of quality rubies. We perform thorough checks and scanning on every single ruby for its cut, clarity, and colour. The rarity is further enhanced as we consider the saturation and intensity while selecting rubies.
We have a collection of finest rare gems. However, a matching pair of ruby for earring can take up months or more. Sourcing quality gems sometimes takes almost a year. Some designs demand modification of the shape of gem for matching the other one. This would further result in sacrificing the weight of a precious gem in order to achieve a matching pair earring.
Ruby Earring – Pigeon Blood
This design features heart-shaped rubies which possess an exceptional lustre and high saturation. These heart-shaped ruby earrings is a fine piece of customised jewellery that has been custom designed with finest quality pigeon blood rubies that is unheated, without enhancement. Set in yellow gold, the prongs complement the ruby for an overall harmonious look. The marquise and round diamonds render a flora theme to this custom design. These resemble more like a stalk of rose bringing out the brilliance from the design.
Wedding rings signify love and fidelity, it is the beginning of an eternal journey for the couple, it is also a sign of a commitment for one another and represents the love, honour and faithfulness.
Who doesn’t desire to own something rare and beautiful especially for wedding jewellery which symbolises both commitment and love? This pair of wedding ring features a bluish-green spinel gemstone, unique teal colour shade on each of the ring. Having the wedding rings customised to both style is a unique bond of love. The coloured theme of natural white and white gold imparts a subtle look to the ladies ring. The overall design gives a natural flora arrangement. This unique design has been chosen as a wedding band by the couple. The central teal spinel gem which is the same as men’s ring is surrounded by white and gold petals. The tiny, round brilliant diamonds impart a touch of sparkle to this organic natural design. The design appears like a flora band that the lady would adorn on her finger for a lifetime.
Customised Wedding Rings
Sophisticated and one of a kind, this uniquely crafted pair of wedding rings are perfect for the modern millennial couple in every sense. This thoughtful design is surely going to steal a lot of attention. This compelling design with its regal with its beautiful designing would be appreciated and treasured by the couple for years to come. This exuberant wedding rings can be used to mark the new chapter of their journey of love. Timeless and elegant, this pair of wedding rings embed with teal spinel would make a glimmering look and envious eyes around them.
We customised this morganite ring in rose gold to impart an overall vintage look to this design. Polished to a bright shine, you will love the look that we have given to the overall ring. We have set both sides of the bands with round brilliance diamonds, and fine heartshaped crawls securing the round morganite firmly from the top view. Viewing this vintage ring from the side, you will notice a round brilliant diamond, skillfully set in the centre of the heart shape just below the gem. Bold and beguiling, this vintage ring is certainly going to captivate the heart of the lady and onlookers with the meticulously designed art deco and milgrain detailing.
Morganite is a pink to orange-pink gemstone belonging to the beryl family. It is similar to emerald and aquamarine gemstones. Morganite pockets are found in abundance in Brazil, Mozambique and Madagascar. In recent years, Morganite has turned into a sought after gemstone especially in wedding engagement rings. If you are looking for something unique but not too far from colourless diamond, then Morganite would be the best choice for you. If you are not fond of vivid red pigeon blood ruby or an intense blue sapphire gemstone, then the light pastel shade of Morganite would certainly appeal to you. If we look into geological terms, coloured gemstones like Morganite are rare than diamonds. These gemstones possess durability, brilliance, lustre and good hardness which make them suitable for daily wear. You should spend some time in selecting the gemstone as you would naturally do by looking into the symmetry, polish and cut in a diamond. This will help you pick a gemstone which exudes a brilliant shine.
This bespoke ring features one such rare and exquisite minor oil Colombian emerald. It has an exceptional bright vivid green hue. The emerald was set in 18k (750) white gold to contrasts the gem beautifully. The micro-pave diamonds set on the ring band glimmer stunningly. This emerald ring design has been chosen by a couple together. It is in fact a present from a loving husband to his dearest wife. The warm and innovative design of this gemstone ring is simply spellbinding. Celebrate everlasting emotions with this spending emerald ring. It is truly an elegant representation of the timeless bond of affection and love that bonds two people together.
If you are planning to mark a special occasion with a bespoke jewellery that represents uniqueness and finest quality, then this exquisite emerald ring is all you need to consider. It is one of the most valuable big gems mined from South America; Colombia.
Prices of emerald vary from $600 to $10,000 per carat. The value of emerald is influenced by various parameters such as its origin, carat, colour shade, and the oil treatment it receives.
Bluish-green colour is the most sought after emerald shade. It is also popular for its vivid saturation. Oil treatment of emeralds is a common enhancement as it can have natural inclusions or fractures such as embedded crystals and veils which can result them in appearing opaque or cloudy. Emeralds are oiled for enhancing their overall appearance. Primarily, cedar wood oil is used for filling tiny fissures from the surface to internal inclusion. This process enhances the colour and clarity of the emerald significantly.
Usually, high-pressure oil is forced into the emerald based on the degree of filling. Getting quality emeralds that have not undergone any treatment is simply next to impossible. About 95% and above of emeralds available in the market are oil-treated. Small percentage of emeralds are insignificant to minor oil as they have less surface-reaching fissures and natural inclusion. At GIOIA Fine Jewellery, we source the finest emeralds available in the world that have undergone minor to no oil treatment.
Classy and elegant, this spinel proposal ring would truly make a memorable proposal to your lifetime partner. Vivid pinkish red spinel has been featured in this unique design. The shade is truly unusual and its origin can be traced back to Tanzania. Spinel was once the most under-appreciated gemstone. The striking red colour of spinel was often mistaken for vivid red ruby. Hence, it is also popularly known as a master of disguise gem.
This proposal ring would remain as timeless as your love for your lifetime partner. It was crafted in precious rose gold to complement the pinkish red spinel. Instead of classic pave, the shank was customised with alternating vivid pink spinel and diamond creating a wave effect. This expertly crafted ring with the shimmering diamonds adds dazzle to the overall design. Your lady love would truly treasure it for a lifetime.
Spinel has been garnering much attention in recent years because of its availability in a myriad of colours. It is affordable and is also known for its durable hardness. Due to short supply, the price of Mahenge spinel, similarly to tanzanite has simply skyrocketed. The highly saturated hue and unparalleled brilliance in Mahenge spinel, is priced close to the quality untreated ruby pigeonblood. The gorgeous vivid pinkish red spinel is sure to grab the attention of the ladies and envious eyes around her. The mesmerising shade qualifies it to be a popular favourite in a proposal ring and fine luxury jewelry in the auction house.
This charming proposal ring features a subtle bluish violet spinel with a little tweak in the orientation of the cushion gem. It has been crafted elegantly and set in rose gold. The timeless design and rich colour make the design truly extraordinary. It is bound to receive a lot of attention for its exceptional artistry.
Spinel Proposal Ring
This exquisite proposal ring design features an elegant spinel gem while the shank shimmers with round pave diamonds in gradual sizes. Spinel is available in a multitude of colours. However, some spinal shades are pretty exceptional and some unique in their saturation. Vivd red, hot pink, cobalt, and certain shades of blue are most sought-after spinel shades. The singular refractive characteristic of the gems makes them brilliant and shine brighter than the rest. The greyish violet and purple shades are also becoming increasingly popular for its fascinating subtle hue.
Spinel does have a close connection to the two primary gems obtained from the corundum mineral: sapphire and ruby. It is in fact found near the mines of corundum. This is probably the reason why the vivid red spinel resembles the pigeon blood ruby and orange-pink spinel popularly referred to as padparadscha sapphire.