Pink Spinel, Red Spinel & Diamond 3-Stone Ring

18K yellow gold ring featuring a 3.29 carat oval pink spinel accented by 1.93 carat total weight of trillion-cut red spinels, 0.16 carat total weight of round pink spinels and 0.55 carat total weight of round diamonds.


Design Details

Pink Spinel, Red Spinel & Diamond 3-Stone Ring
18K Yellow Gold, Size 6.5
1 Pink Spinel Oval 3.29 ct. (10.13x7.40x5.87mm) - Natural
2 Red Spinel Trillion 1.93 ctw. (6.00x6.00x4.00mm) - Natural
16 Pink Spinel Rd 0.16 ctw. (1.15-1.50mm) - Natural
80 Diamond Rd 0.55 ctw. (F+/VS+)

Unique Design Traits

This center pink spinel shows deeply saturated color with exceptional brilliance.

To emphasize the magnificence of the center stone, this ring was designed in a classic 3-stone style with very fine side trillion-cut red spinels.

The 18K yellow gold is hand-crafted around the stones and a perfect warm complement to the fire of each spinel.

This ring is the perfect right hand ring for any spinel lover or collector.

Gemstone Details


Centuries ago, in Sanskrit writings, spinel was called the daughter of ruby, adored, yet somehow different. The Crown Jewels of Great Britain are graced with spinels and have resided in the regalia of kingdoms throughout history. 
Found in Myanmar (Burma), Sri Lanka and East Africa, spinel comes in a variety of colors including oranges, pinks, blues, lavenders, mauves and vivid reds. While common in sizes up to two carats, larger gemstones can also be acquired. 
Spinel is thought to protect the owner from harm, to reconcile differences, and to soothe away sadness. However, the strongest reasons for buying a spinel are its rich, brilliant array of colors and its surprising affordability. 
One of the most under-appreciated gemstones, spinel is coveted by collectors and gemologists for its range of hues and spectacular optical properties. Spinel was recently added as an official birthstone for August, raising its exposure to new heights. Recognized and prized for its hardness, brilliance, and unlike many other gem types, spinel is rarely treated or enhanced in any way. Many believe the name spinel comes from the Greek word for ’spark’. This name suits spinel well since it is a singularly refractive stone and is formed with cubic crystals similar to diamond, which gives this gemstone remarkable brilliance and fire. 
Spinel is the birthstone for August and gift for the 22nd wedding anniversary.