Livia Tsavorite Ring - $250
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A series of tsavorite gemstones glint with true vitality as they form a beautiful banded ring. They offer a stained glass effect as they encircle the finger. Delicate gold trims each jewel making the sparkling green color even more deep and alluring.
Stone: Tsavorite Rough
Plating: Gold 18K
Width: 7 mm
Band wide: 7 mm
Length: 25 mm
Weight: 6.21 g
As my fourth purchase from German Kabirski, I can only say that his work is genius and the folks working with him are consciencious and polite. Couldn’t be better!
My second GK ring and definitely not my last
I'm always on the quest for jewelry that's a little different, eye catching but still wearable on the day to day. This ring fits all the criterion and is going to be a staple. My finger sizes allow me to wear on either my ring or middle finger, depending on my mood. The quality is top notch as is the packaging and fast delivery. As mentioned in the title, I purchased another ring several months ago and wear it constantly. I'd had my eye on this one as well, so not surprising that I came back to grab it as well. If you're on the fence about your first purchase, I'd suggest not hesitating any longer. :)
Just beautiful... my friends say it's very "me lovely grades of colour and shapes.
Arrived faster than local parcels....fits well...great experience
Customer service is top notch. Absolutely love the ring the only reason I don’t give it five stars is that I feel it’s just a little tiny bit rough around the edges. I imagine with wear that will smooth out. I am also taking in consideration that these are handmade. Would definitely buy from this company again. Unique styles you don’t see everywhere
My new green trophy
Maybe it all started with Snow White and The Seven Dwarves -- this misconception that gemstones come straight out of the mine sparkling and faceted rather than the reality of being dull and unassuming. Rocks and minerals -- geological, not "gemological," as it were. I am curating a collection of these raw, unpolished pieces. Last month, I received my rubies and sapphires from German Kabirski. And this morning, I opened the black velvet pouch to find my tsavorite eternity band. It is a sparkling green stone. It is the rarest of the garnets. It behooves the gold to mold to its original and uneven asymmetry, rather than being reduced and forced into a setting. And though it costs just a fraction of an emerald, its rarity makes it more valuable and precious than that showy display of finances and fashion. The emerald has its sad ironies. Its price increases as it achieves more clarity in cuts. So in a sense, its not unlike how we as people place value and respect on each other's lives -- the scars make the man. And, it's that the emerald -- which is quite abundant in nature -- needs fixing. The rarer tsavorite is perfect -- and more valuable, more prized -- just the way it is. This ring bears my name and my ego. The sense of self that understands some people will always want that emerald. It's big, green, shiny and screams money. It's polished, poised and pristine. And then there's me and my tsavorite. Raw. And if not rare, then at least real.