0.33ct Jepara Pallavine Ring 9ct Yellow Gold
Made of interstellar matter during the creation of our universe, meteorites are very scarce. Only a few of them are Pallasites (iron meteorites), and only one thus far contains clear, facetable gemstones. This Pallasite was discovered in Jepara, Indonesia, in 2008. First discovered and named for German scientist Peter Simon Pallas in 1749 in Krasnojarsk, Russia, Pallasites come from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and are about 4.6 billion years old.
The gems found within the Jepara Pallasite belong to the Olivine family, with gems most commonly recognised as Peridot, and share a similar colour. However their origin is truly unique, and this is reflected in their name, Jepara Pallavine.
This ring features:
* 1 x round cut Jepara Pallavine gemstone measuring approximately 3.50mm with a minimum total gemstone weight of 0.13ct.
* 10 x round cut Jepara Pallavine gemstones measuring approximately 1.70mm with a minimum total gemstone weight of 0.17ct.
* 4 x round cut Jepara Pallavine gemstones measuring approximately 1.40mm with a minimum total gemstone weight of 0.03t.
* 38 x round cut Diamonds with a minimum total gemstone weight of 0.11ct.
* The ring sits approximately 5mm above the finger and measures approximately 6mm down the finger.
* The band measures approximately 4mm at the shoulder and tapers to approximately 2mm at the base.
Country of Origin: THAILAND