Paraiba (tourmaline) of the Caribbean

Acinom originally posted her enchanting Paraiba tourmaline ring on the Show Me the Bling forum at PriceScope.  Taking inspiration from the Caribbean Sea, Acinom set out to create a ring that would transport her to the crystalline waves at a glance, and I’d say she achieved that and more!


stunning color
stunning color



I love this ring! I am completely fascinated by the oceans and the colors of the life in the depths. This Paraiba tourmaline evokes a salty air and the din of the crashing waves. The blue/green hue lights up the room, it sparkles so fiercely. It’s amazing that the color looks so different in different lighting. This is a marvelous piece and it did my heart good to revisit it!



with a stacker
with a stacker

The Stats:

 The Center Stone:

– Paraiba from Paraiba, Brazil (according to GIA), sourced by Perry
– 2.07 ct
– 8.32 X 6.99 x 4.70 mm
– cutting style crown: brilliant cut
– cutting style pavilion: modified brilliant cut
– color: greenish blue
The stone is heated


The Setting:

– 95% platinum, 5% ruthenium, designed by Leon Mege, made by his bench
– Inspired by Missydebby’s ring, but mine has a CS in the center and no milgrain.
– 12 high dome french cut diamonds on the sides, 0.6 ctw
– beautifully low set (I love Leon’s aesthetic eye), but not low as a pancake
– delicate double claw prongs
– shank width: about 2.6 – 2.7 mm


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By Kayti Kawachi

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