This Green Tourmaline Concerto Ring was designed in celebration of our 50th Anniversary.
Shown with a vibrant green tourmaline in shining 18 karat yellow gold. The central gemstone is the star of this celebratory piece, with brilliant cut diamonds accenting its beauty and fine details.
The Concerto Ring can be made with almost any gemstone. Imagine your favorite gemstone shape and color or see some of our favorites with Blue Zircon and Tanzanite.
Green: the color of life, renewal, nature, and energy.
Tourmaline occurs throughout the world. The United States has been a major contributor to tourmaline’s popularity. During the early 1900s, Maine and California were the world’s largest producers of gem tourmalines. California is known for pink tourmaline, and Maine is known for sherbet-colored and mint green-colored tourmalines and the watermelon tourmaline, which displays both pink and green.
Today, Brazil produces the largest volume of this gemstone and the widest color variety for a single location.
Although green is the most common hue, tourmaline naturally occurs in virtually thousands of shades, tones, and color combinations—more than any other gemstone.