18K Gold Pink Tourmaline Opal Studs

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18 karat white gold blue topaz diamond ear-climbers stud earrings.

Art, color and culture all come together to inspire this sickle sword ear climber stud earrings, where dégradé hues of swiss topaz and sky topaz exudes serenity and luxury while dictating the movement of eye. Meticulous hand-picked selections of 16 lustrous blue topaz out of many are set individually complimented by pave set diamonds. Each blue topaz is calibré-cut by our expert lapidary artist to meet the design specifications in various sizes of tapered baguettes, enhancing the fire in each gemstone.
The matched pair of earrings is set in 18K white gold curved strands, using diamonds on the side to highlight the earrings.
This jewel is truly a showstopper, a perfect accessory to go with an evening dress creating that perfect contemporary edgy look. Truly one-of-a-kind!
• Made with best alloys, certified diamonds VVS/VS, G/H Color.
• With dual safety Omega back clip as well as Push back.
• 18K Yellow Gold: 9.75 g
• Blue Topaz Gemstones: 16 – 8.42 cts
• Diamonds: (Brilliant Cut, SGL Certified): 0.62 cts
• Metal: 18K White Gold, BIS Hallmark, India

- About the Designer –
VAIBHAV DHADDA makes it a point to stand out in the crowd. His signature Gradient collection features a unique selection of gradient gemstones cut painstakingly to create a semblance of a rainbow or dégradé (gradation). He studied Masters in International Business from France to get a retail job with Christian Dior where he got inspired by the beauty of Dior VIII Grand Bal Watch Collection for its precise channel setting of exquisite gemstones, before finding his final calling as a second generation jewelry designer in the city of gemstones- Jaipur.
To execute a unique vision of blending European culture and the essence of Jaipur, it has taken Vaibhav six years of dedicated and single-minded effort to master the technique of cutting the baguettes into tapered shapes and channel setting them to create patterns from dark to light. It’s a work of art and also a feat of engineering. All his jewels are contemporary yet extremely wearable and bring out the vibrant colors of India.
His pieces have been featured in Forbes USA, Rapaport, Solitaire International and others.

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