This lovely proposal ring is a work of fine artistry and authenticity. The gemstone custom set in the ring is a finest quality unheated pigeon blood ruby, having a vivid hue of pure red. The colour isn’t a blend between various hues of pink or purple, making its colour perfectly cherry-red. This pigeon blood coloured gem is treasured as the brightest and the most valuable stone.
Congratulation to Kian Yong and Claudine!
Best wishes on your engagement. Wishing you both a wonderful journey in your new life together.
Customised Proposal Ring
The pear shaped ruby mirrors a powerful emotion resembling a teardrop. This ring is set perfectly to turn those emotions in tears of joy. The gem secures the vulnerable tip of the pear shape with an atypical three prong setting. These prongs are made in yellow gold amalgamating with the gemstone and giving a contemporary design. This setting is unique and symbolises the theory of triangular love. The three sides of intimacy, passion and commitment are accompanied by similar shaped diamonds on both sides of the gem. Customised by Kian Yong for Claudine, at GIOIA Fine Jewellery we craft this ideal composition from sketch to the final creation.
Wishing you both an eternity of love and happiness together. Have a happy engagement!
A magnificent love unveils the nature of rarity. This rarity resembles the atypical trilliant cut of this engagement ring. The ring features three rounded prong setting entailing the triangular cut. It represents three sides of a relationship, as believed by the psychology of love, which is trust, commitment, and vulnerability.
The unheated tanzanite gemstone displays its prominence for a sturdy trichroism. The gem discovers different sides of a marriage through its various shades of blue, violet and green. The stone reveals more about itself when observed under other light conditions. Although the ring’s design is basic, its simplicity holds a charm which is prominent in wedding ceremonies.
The ring’s composition is both rare and striking. This tanzanite engagement ring has its gemstone originate from Tanzania. Personalised gold-prospector, Jumanne Ngoma found crystal-clear pieces of blue and purple gem in Merelani Hills of Manyara Region, near the city of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Explore various hues of tanzanite as you delve deeper under each layer of your relationships’s shimmer. The simple design of this wedding ring will cast an enchantment of elegance. The ring features the perfect colour tint of blue to make your evening glamorous and memorable.
Congratulation to Pameline and Aaron for your engagement! Wishing you both an eternity of love and happiness together always. Thank you for having us along your lovely journey.
A brilliant Purple spinel sits in the centre of this beautiful filigree ring set in 18k (750) white gold prongs. The sparkling pave brilliant diamonds set on both side of the bands add a splendid touch to this vintage ring. The antique design mimics lace patterns, and its intricacy reflects the astounding level of skill required to design it.
Customised Engagement Ring
Filigree rings are especially popular among those who love delicate jewellery. For thousands of years, skilled jewellers have used this technique to shape metal into intricate designs by hand. The traditional filigree techniques employ long strands of metallic wires that are manipulated to create original, elaborate patterns that are then soldered into the metal surface.
An ode to the ancient masters of Haute joaillerie, this ring is perfect for those who love a contemporary twist on antique items. The linkage of the design and the creative quality of this spinel ring give it an enigmatic appeal. The vivid purple coloured gemstone makes you plein de vie while the clean design of this ring makes it perfect for stacking with your wedding bands as well.
Congratulation to Mallory and Ing Kerng on the Engagement! Wishing you both a wonderful journey filled with love and happiness.
The customised ring featuring a refined setting allows the beauty of the Red Spinel to flow freely. Round brilliant diamond spread around the center gem, an unique halo ring design, while pink spinel and diamond setting on the ring bands. Separated by delicately handcrafted milgrain texture on both the side bands, giving it a vintage look in the wedding ring.
No colour captures the joie de vivre as red. For years, Ruby (Pigeon Blood) has ruled as the ultimate red gemstone. However, of late, the Red Spinel is getting increasingly popular and is offering the reigning red gem a good competition.
The vivid red colour of the gemstone in this wedding engagement ring resembles Ruby. The stunning design symbolizes the everlasting love between two souls and the centre stone is a bold proclamation of your intense emotion. Love sparkles with this intensely coloured emerald-cut Spinel.
The red jewel takes centre stage in this clean, contemporary design with an eternal classic appeal, the passionate red immediately draws your attention.
No Oil Emerald – No indication of resin, coat or dyeing presence in the emerald.
Emerald with a hardness of 7.5 to 8, it has durability issue. The dynamic forces in emerald formation underground, frequently results in inclusion and fissures. Small pockets of fluid or other minerals are “trapped” within the emerald as it grows. In fact inclusion can be easily pick up by naked-eye, without microscopic assistance.
It is treated with processes to eliminate the natural inclusions to transform the strength of the gemstone. It enhances the appearance and makes it more durable to use in jewellery. Cedar oil or synthetic oils like “opticon” with the similar refractive index is used to treat the emerald to enhance its clarity. 95% of emerald in the market undergo additional treatment.
Non-oil treated emeralds are extremely hard to come-by in the commercial market. Most emeralds available for sale have undergone some degree of treatment to improve their appearance and marketability.
This unique oil with heat treatment, allow resin or other materials to fill up the internal gap to make them less obvious. Enhancement to emerald range from “None”, “insignificant”, “minor”, “Minor to Moderate”, “Moderate” and “Significant”.
No Oil Emerald – Treatment
Non oil treated emeralds are usually more expensive than their treated counterparts, reflecting their rarity and often superior quality. With no oil and minor emerald, as the rarest of rare.
The Natural of Emerald
Emerald is the precious gemstone that is a part of the beryl family. It is green in colour due to vanadium and chromium presence. The Persian word meaning green gem is one the oldest gemstones discovered. The gemstone embraced by several civilizations like Aztecs, Incas, Romans, etc. allow love to flow freely.
For a green gemstone to be called as emerald, it must possess a distinct green colour hue that falls into the bluish green or yellowish green colour category. It must also deeply possess a rich emerald colour. A gemstone that possesses light tones or weak saturation should never be called as an emerald but a green beryl. Intense vivid green jade are usually associate with emerald green hue. There are range of different gemstone in green shade, it can be Tsavorite (green garnet), green Tourmaline, or even Paraiba Tourmaline!
Emerald & Tsavorite Green Garnet
Tsavorite green garnet is highly sought after not primarily because of its extreme rarity. Rather because it possesses a colour shade that is exceptionally close to the vivid, vibrant green colour that many people desire in fine quality emerald. This unique quality sets tsavorite apart from other green gemstones and contributes to its desirability in the world of jewelry and gem collecting.
Will the ring to be ready in time for my proposal? Choosing the right design for your engagement ring is never easy. There are just too many possible design available, from classic solitaire to vintage filigree. We have alternative to the conventional way!
It will be a breeze if you planned it well ahead. A proposal might not need to be a ready ring. How about proposing with a padparascha sapphire, in a ring holder? Hanwei and Shen Li, brought back the gemstone for design discussion thereafter.
Custom made my Dream Engagement Ring
Featuring a padparascha cushion sapphire, custom made in 18k (750) Rose gold with round brilliant diamond halo setting. Custom made, the dream engagement ring for Shen Li.
Choosing the right Gemstone
Each coloured gemstone is unique and special. In GIOIA Fine Jewellery, we are determine to source for the most radiant and sparkle gems all over the world. You can be assured for their quality, and genuine information with certification.
More of our latest custom made collection in the “Highlights“. Watch this space!
It’s our pleasure to be part of your journey, thank you!
Congratulation and wishing Edward and Stacy, a lifetime happiness and blissful marriage!
Featuring a center round exciting neon paraiba tourmaline, custom set in six prong 18k (750) white gold with round brilliant diamonds on side bands. Making it a truly unique proposal ring, with the intense glow and vivid shade.
One of the rarest coloured gemstone you seen in many fine jewelry collections. The most valuable member in the tourmaline family. The stunning colour of paraiba is absolutely mesmerising! The amazing colour is the reason why paraiba been such a premium price all over the world. Comparing over coloured gemstone in the market, none of them comparable to the beauty of paraiba bright electric colour shade. You probably don’t seen them in the usual jewellery store in Singapore.
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A coloured gemstone hundred times, or thousand times rarer than diamond, none other than paraiba tourmaline. With the shade of clean blue ocean and extraordinary vivid hue in the gemstone. Design a proposal ring can be versatile, in GIOIA Fine Jewellery, we share your inspiration and listen to your ideas. From simple classic to timeless design, each piece of jewellery tells a unique story. Watch this space for more of our bespoke collection!
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, are you looking for a romantic gift or a surprise engagement proposal?
Heart-shaped diamond, a classic symbol of romance and love. Heart diamond has been around for a long time, they are one-of-a-kind anniversary gifts and engagement ring. Although it might not be trendy as traditional round brilliant, they are bold and distinctive choice.
One of the most difficult cut and require extremely dedicated skill on the shape proportion. Unlike round cut diamonds, which provide a detail grading system of cut, polish and symmetry in GIA report. Heart shaped diamonds are fancy cut diamond, which provide only on polish and symmetry. Cut grading information is not provided, as the priority is on the overall proportion. They could be too narrow cut or fat which are undesirable.
An optimum proportion heart-shaped diamond, display a balanced scintillation pattern and reflect great brilliance.
Customised Ring Setting
Heart-shaped diamonds are not constraint to just classic solitaire or halo diamond design. With customised ring setting, we can even have minimum of 3 prongs on the main stone, with one side of the prong on the vulnerable tip for security and protection.
The size of the diamond matters a lot when it comes to ring setting. When the diamond is smaller in size, 3 prong setting is recommended as it does not cover too much of the diamond which might be overwhelming to it.
Twisting on the ring bands, known as “infinity knots”. With alternate row of diamonds or full diamond setting.
Side Stone Setting
Matching the heart-shaped with a pair of coloured gemstones? They could be sweet pinkish sapphire or neon greenish blue paraiba tourmaline, give a unique and stunning look to the brilliant heart.
There are just too many options available with customised jewellery, and we believe that the jewellery should personalised and couture to your style. Each precious gemstones and design is unique and one-of-a-kind. More of our latest update in the Highlights!
They look as attractive in the cabochon shape, with extraordinary blue and green hue.
Cabochon Paraiba Tourmaline, make beautiful drop earrings and one-of-a-kind cabochon cocktail rings, to luxury necklace and bangle. Each bespoke collection, feature the strong glowing of Paraiba Tourmaline.
One of the most common cutting technique, basically shaped and polished. Rounded and convex with domed shape. In the world of coloured gemstone, certain stones like moonstone, opal and onyx, are usually in such shape. Unique properties in the gemstone like Sapphire, are known as the star sapphire.
Cabochon cut, usually relate to included clarity or lower transparency. Instead of faceted, gemstones are shaped and polished to attractive cabochons. As compare to faceted, they are of more affordable price in larger carat size.
First of foremost, we source for the top quality gemstones around the world. Just like our paraiba tourmaline, we source directly from rough to cut and polished. Providing you the best value and quality paraiba.
Your satisfaction, our priority
We do not stop after confirmation of the gemstones and design, we follow through every detailing process to collection of your custom made jewellery. It is our obligation, in making sure every of our client is satisfied with their jewellery. In GIOIA Fine Jewellery, we are always are call away for all other enquiries.