Four Carat Rhodolite Garnet Ring
Introducing our rhodolite garnet halo ring! New to our estate jewelry collection, it looks as though it’s brand new. Only you will know it’s been pre loved!
What is Rhodolite Garnet?
This variety of purplish red garnet was discovered in North Carolina in 1898. The name was derived from the greek word rhodon, which means “rose”. Additionally, the name is reminiscent of the flower rhododendron. This variety of gemstone is a blend of almandine and pyrope garnets. Though this gemstone was first identified in America, it is mostly mined in Sri Lanka today.
Garnet gemstones vary in color, however, this displays a beautiful raspberry red-purple color. The center stone is approximately four carats. Finally, this ring is set in 14 karat white gold. The mounting almost makes it look like a halo engagement ring. Currently, this rhodolite garnet halo ring is a size 7.5, but a skilled jeweler could easily adjust it.
Please note, we only have one ring like this. However, we could offer a selection of halo mountings for you to create a similar look. Perhaps you’d prefer a rose gold ring, or a princess cut center stone? Not to worry, that could be accomplished. Interested in a rhodolite garnet ring in rose gold? Check out ours!
Visit our San Luis Obispo jewelry store at 951 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo.