By Michelle Graff
Gemstone jewelry featuring vivid, intense hues has an allure that transcends the seasons. Here are a few of our favorites, from everyday items to bridal and couture-level masterpieces.

6685TS-R & 6685TS-B1

Kirk Kara
Platinum hand-engraved engagement set from the “Charlotte”
collection, with engagement ring featuring 0.09 carats of diamonds and 0.85
carats of baguette-cut tsavorites, and matching band crafted with 0.06 carats
of diamonds and 0.85 carats of baguette-cut tsavorites; suggested retail price
is $3,765 for engagement ring without center stone, and $2,715 for band.

6A FN_Jewelmak

Ruby, sapphire and tourmaline necklace with green chalcedony
drop in 14-karat gold; suggested retail price is $294.


6A FN_PaulaCrevoshay

Paula Crevoshay

Cuff bracelet in 18-karat yellow gold with opal center and
blue zircon accents; suggested retail price is $57,100. (505) 898-2888 or


Yael Sonia Circle rubelite earrings

Yael Sonia

“Circle” earrings from the “Perpetual Motion Collection” in
18-karat yellow gold with rubellite and diamonds; suggested retail price is
$5,470. (212) 472-6488 or


Tortue bague grenat

Mathon Paris

“Ring Tortue” with mandarin garnet and champagne and
colorless diamonds; suggested retail price is $30,056.



Mark Silverstein Imagines

Necklace with pink tourmaline and 2.82 carats of diamonds,
available in platinum or 18-karat gold; suggested retail price is $18,750.


Akiva Gil Paraiba Three Sone Ring

Akiva Gil

Handmade platinum ring with a 0.79-carat oval-cut Brazilian
Paraiba tourmaline and 0.61 carats of oval-cut diamonds; suggested retail price is

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